The game was surprisingly tied after the opening period. But the Ice Hawks blew the game open with four goals in the second, and it turned ugly in the third with seven more tallies.
The Ice Hawks outshot the Owls 30-3 in the third period and 81-14 in the game. Even in the first period when the score was tied 2-all, the Ice Hawks held a 25-4 edge in shots on goal.
Defenseman Vinnie Susi led the Ice Hawks with a four-point game (two goals, two assists). Drew Cleereman finished with two goals and an assist. Luke Meade (goal, assist), Jamie Blair (goal, assist), Jarrett Urban (two goals), Trey McMillen (two goals) and Nik Marconcini (two assists) all had two-point nights.