It was a strong showing throughout the game for the Hawks as they scored a goal in each period of the game. The Sting came out to play and play hard they did, but with strong defense, and great play from the Hawks goalie Billy Glickman the Sting could not get it done.
The Hawks got the early lead with a power play goal from freshman Adam Goldman, a transfer from NSHA, and never looked back. Their second goal came off a long shot from defenseman Zach Bach in the second period putting the Hawks one step closer to victory.
In the third Ian Friedman put in an empty netter with around two minutes left in the game which sealed it for the Hawks.
The Hawks now look on to their next game against the TABC Storm, and being one step closer to the championship.