The Chicago Steel swept the Muskegon Lumberjacks with a 5-4 victory on May 8, giving Chicago a 2-0 series win in the Eastern Conference Final.
The Steel scored the final two goals of the game to win 3-2 in overtime, taking a 1-0 series lead against the Muskegon Lumberjacks in the Eastern Conference ...
Steel head coach Brock Sheahan talks about the 3-2 overtime win in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Muskegon Lumberjacks.
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Fighting Saints Goaltender, Lukas Parik, makes a diving stop on the road against the Chicago Steel.
Steel head coach Brock Sheahan talks about the 6-1 win and the series victory against the Dubuque Fighting Saints.
Steel defenseman Ryan Ufko (1G, 2A) talks about the 6-1 win and series victory over the Dubuque Fighting Saints.
The Steel took down the Dubuque Fighting Saints 6-1 to secure a 2-0 series sweep in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, advancing to the Eastern Conference ...
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 Muskegon Lumberjacks are a Tier I junior ice hockey team in the Eastern Conference of the United States Hockey League. They play in Muskegon, Michigan, at L. C. Walker Arena.
The Muskegon Lumberjacks were an International Hockey League team based in Muskegon, Michigan.
The Muskegon Lumberjacks was an International Hockey League ice hockey team located in Muskegon, Michigan. After the 2010 season, the team folded and Ron Geary, the owner of the Evansville IceMen of the AAHL, purchased the franchise rights of the former Muskegon Lumberjacks from the IHL. Geary then moved the franchise to Evansville, Indiana where they became the Evansville IceMen.