An assist from Pilawski brought the Hawks within one goal last Friday night while visiting the Madison Capitols. He was also on the ice regularly in penalty killing situations, as Waterloo faced nine opposing power plays.
Bowers scored a goal in each weekend game. By putting the puck in the net Saturday, he allowed the Hawks to earn one standings point when the matchup with the Muskegon Lumberjacks went to overtime.
Bowers had two game-winning goals, including the score which capped a dramatic finish in overtime against the Sioux City Musketeers on Friday. All totaled, the forward ended the weekend with two goals, two assists, and a +3 differential.
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