Beydoun stopped 28 or 29 shots faced during Friday’s 4-1 Black Hawks road win against the Tri-City Storm. The 20-year-old has now recorded eight wins this season, while allowing one goal or fewer in seven of his 15 appearances.
Three points Friday and another on Saturday put Swaney back on a point-per-game pace this season. For the weekend, the veteran forward had three goals and an assist. Scoring the decisive goal Friday, he now had a team-high four game-winning goals.
Other than Nick Swaney, Miura was the only Black Hawks player to notch a point in both Waterloo games. Friday and Saturday he tallied assists, bringing his season count to six and his overall point total to nine.
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