Ferrandino recorded two assists during Waterloo’s 9-5 win in Sioux Falls and was +2 during the weekend. With five assists in the first seven games of the season, Ferrandino is tied as Waterloo’s highest-scoring defenseman.
Leading the Hawks with two goals and three assists, Swaney scored in each weekend game. He also contributed a team-best +4 plus/minus differential during the Hawks’ trip to the Siouxland.
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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