The Sioux City Musketeers edged the Waterloo Black Hawks 4-3 at Tyson
Events Center Friday, dodging a season series sweep after Waterloo had
claimed the first three matchups of 2012/13.
Liam Pecararo gave the Black Hawks a lead just less than five minutes into
the game, stuffing in an opportunity created by Taylor Cammarata.
However, the Musketeers went to intermission ahead, first tying the score
on a power play goal by J.T. Stenglein at 14:12, then going in front a
little more than four minutes later when Michael Kapla converted a drop
pass by Riley Bourbonnais.
Waterloo and Sioux City exchanged goals in the second, beginning with a
game-tying score by Blake Winiecki at 5:45, cutting across the top of the
crease to beat Kyle Hayton with a low shot. The Musketeers went back in
front at 14:29 with a one-timer by Stenglein near the beginning of a
five-minute major power play. Sioux City was turned away on the remainder
of the advantage – including two minutes the Hawks spent two-men
shorthanded – thanks in part to a one-on-one glove save by Cal Petersen
against David Henry late in the period.
Sioux City took a two-goal lead on a redirection by Jake Guentzel at3:26.
Mark Friedman made it a 4-3 contest three minutes later, picking his way
through the slot to redirect a pass from Zach Stepan into the net during a
four-on-four sequence. However, Waterloo could not manage an equalizer;
the Hawks were turned away on three subsequent power plays, including a
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