The Ice Hawks recorded a shutout against the Bulls 17-0 in home game

The Rochester Ice Hawks struggled against the North Iowa Bulls allowing Alex Timm to score a hat trick as Rochester crushed the Bulls 17-0 in a home game at North Iowa Arena in Rochester. Also, the Ice Hawks' defense had a poor night, allowing the Bulls 26 shots throughout the game. The North Iowa Bulls took the lead early in the first on a goal from Connor Clemons and never looked back.

Matt Dahlseide chipped in with 2 goals and Dayton Honkanen contributed with 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists).

During the first period, Clemons opened the scoring for the Bulls with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 3:25 with helpers from his linemates, Bump and Timm. Arnold netted a goal at 5:33 with assists from his linemates, Studioso and Dolter. Dahlseide quickly followed with a goal at 6:24 with a helper from defenseman Bernhardson. Arnold put in a goal at 9:04 with assists from his teammates Bernhardson and Honkanen. Arnold quickly followed with a goal at 9:31 with helpers from his linemates, Dolter and Studioso. Honkanen scored a goal at 17:33 with an assist from Larson.

In the second, Arnold deposited a goal at 5:36 with helpers from Dolter and Kranz. Kranz netted a goal at 8:36 with assists from Bump and Timm. Dolter put in a goal at 10:37 with helpers from Studioso and Bernhardson. Dahlseide quickly followed with a goal at 12:05 with assists from his linemates, Verstegen and Mckinnon.

In the third, Bump scored a goal at 2:21 with helpers from his linemates, Timm and Clemons. Dolter quickly followed with a goal at 4:21 with assists from his linemates, Arnold and Studioso. Blackowiak quickly followed with a goal at 4:43 with helpers from Bernhardson and Studioso. Timm quickly followed with a goal at 6:35 with assists from his linemates, Bump and Clemons. Timm put in a goal at 12:21 with helpers from his linemates, Clemons and Mckinnon. Larson quickly followed with a goal at 13:26 with assists from Bogach and Kruse. Timm deposited a goal at 18:08 with a helper from defenseman Honkanen.

This loss brings the Rochester Ice Hawks’ record to (4-17-0-0).