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2016 Clark Cup Conference Finals Dates

04/26/2016, 9:45pm CDT
By USHL

USHL and member clubs announced the times and dates for the Clark Cup Eastern Conference and Western Conference Final.

 

The United States Hockey League and its member clubs announced today the playoff dates for the 2016 Clark Cup Conference Finals. The Dubuque Fighting Saints, Bloomington Thunder, Tri-City Storm, and Waterloo Black Hawks will be competing for two final spots in the Clark Cup Final.

 

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Bloomington Thunder dispatched of the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders in a five-game series, Dubuque knocked off the Green Bay Gamblers in four, Tri-City swept the defending Clark Cup Champion Sioux Falls Stampede in three, and the Black Hawks took down the Lincoln Stars in four contests in a double-overtime victory.

 

All games will be broadcast on ushl.fasthockey.com (HD broadcasts listed). All times listed below are CST.

 

 

Eastern Conference Final:

 

(3) Dubuque Fighting Saints vs. (4) Bloomington Thunder

Game 1: Friday, 4/29/16 at 7:35 pm at Mystique Ice Center (HD)

Game 2: Saturday, 4/30/16 at 7:05 pm at Mystique Ice Center (HD)

Game 3: Friday, 5/6/16 at 7:00 pm at U.S. Cellular Coliseum (HD)

Game 4 (if necessary): Saturday, 5/7/16 at 7:00 pm at U.S. Cellular Coliseum (HD)

Game 5 (if necessary): Tuesday, 5/10/16 at 7:05 pm at Mystique Ice Center (HD)

 

 

Western Conference Final:

 

(1) Tri-City Storm vs. (3) Waterloo Black Hawks

Game 1: Friday, 4/29/16 at 7:05 pm at Viaero Center (HD)

Game 2: Saturday, 4/30/16 at 7:05 pm at Viaero Center (HD)

Game 3: Friday, 5/6/16 at 7:05 pm at Young Arena

Game 4 (if necessary): Saturday, 5/7/16 at 7:05 pm at Young Arena

Game 5 (if necessary): Tuesday, 5/10/16 at 7:05 pm at Viaero Center (HD)

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 14th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2015-16.  A record 37 players were chosen in the 2015 NHL Draft and more than 375 players on team rosters last season committed to NCAA Division I schools, further establishing the USHL as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent.

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