The Sioux Falls Stampede have defeated the Waterloo Black Hawks 3-0 to claim their first ever USHL league title. Sioux Falls played great and appeared to know what Waterloo was going to do next. It was a good game and you couldn't have asked for anything more (except maybe if you're a Hawks fan, of course.) Sioux Falls got goals from Drew Fisher, Brad Malone, and Dan Sexton while Matt Lundin turned away every Black Hawk shot for the shutout in the biggest game of the year.
Lundin was named MVP of the finals, and rightfully so. He made some key saves that allowed the Stampede to go ahead and stay ahead, and most importantly, take the crowd out of the equation.
Excellent attendance for two of the three games.
Congratulations to the Sioux Falls Stampede for winning this year's Clark Cup Championship.