Two stellar glove saves in the first period – including one on a Buccaneer breakaway – highlighted an opening night performance in which Isokangas kept the Black Hawks within striking distance.
Ohrvall notched the first Waterloo goal of the new season, scoring late in the second period. With four shots on goal, he tied for the team-high on opening night.
Regularly in a play-making position, Anderson blocked shots, intercepted passes, broke up odd-man rushes, and skated during both power play and penalty killing situations.
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