Beydoun became the first Black Hawk goaltender since 2012 to record a postseason shutout during Waterloo’s 3-0 series-clinching win Tuesday against the Fargo Force. He made 24 saves during the performance.
A first period goal by Cates in Game Three against Fargo stood up as the game-winner. It was Cates’ first goal of the postseason. Over the course of the series against the Force, he recorded two points while putting nine shots on goal.
Bowers helped secure Waterloo’s Game Three win in Fargo by scoring during the opening minutes of the third period, establishing the Hawks’ first multi-goal lead. He ended the night as one of two Waterloo skaters at +2.
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