Steel forward Sean Farrell (1G, 1A) talks about his franchise single-season points record and the 5-4 loss against the Dubuque Fighting Saints.
Steel associate head coach Mike Garman talks about the 5-4 loss against the Dubuque Fighting Saints.
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The Steel beat the Fargo Force 3-1 to earn the second Clark Cup title as United States Hockey League champions on May 22 at Scheels Arena in Fargo.
The Steel defeated the Fargo Force 7-1 in Game 3 of the Clark Cup Final at Scheels Arena in Fargo on May 21.
The Dubuque Fighting Saints are a Tier I junior ice hockey team playing in the United States Hockey League and are based in the city of Dubuque, Iowa, on the banks of the Mississippi River at the border intersects of Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Home games are played at the Mystique Community Ice Center (capacity: 3,079).
The Dubuque Fighting Saints were a Tier I junior ice hockey team that played in the United States Hockey League from 1980 to 2001. The team moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma to become the Tulsa Crude in 2001 citing low attendance and rising costs.
The Chicago Steel are members of the United States Hockey League, joining the league in 2000. The Steel have played their home games at Fox Valley Ice Arena in Geneva, Illinois, since 2015; previously, the team played at Edge Ice Arena in Bensenville, Illinois, from 2000 to 2015.