The Waterloo Black Hawks begin their quest for back-to-back Clark Cup championships as they host Chicago tonight in the USHL playoffs. The Hawks will host the Steel in the first two games of the best of five series. The Black Hawks split their eight regular season games with the Steele and Waterloo head coach P.K. O’Handley is expecting a tight series. O’Handley is glad to have home ice advantage but it doesn’t guarantee anything. He says you have to win at home when you have the opportunity, but he says they won on the road last year. Waterloo finished in second place in the USHL East Division with 64-points, while Chicago was third with 57.
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