Hawks Conclude Pact with Waterloo.

First Step Toward New Features in Party Town A new Young Arena lease agreement between the Waterloo Black Hawks and the City of Waterloo will lead to immediate investment in the landmark facility, the team said this evening. During Monday evening’s city

Certainty for the Future.

The Waterloo Black Hawks’ first game at Young Arena was on January 14, 1995.  Staff from both the team and the rink scrambled to meet the huge crowd.  Many stood behind the west goal, and there, those who were well-prepared observed the B-Y-O-S (Bring

Paying it Forward.

Since 1995 when Young Arena opened, nearly 2 million fans have visited the building for United States Hockey League regular season or playoff games.  The Waterloo Black Hawks have responded on ice by earning a home record at .500 or better in each of the

Affordable Fun at the Rink.

Memory is a fickle thing…just ask anyone who has ever heard a “fish story.” The listener who is paying close attention will often notice that with each retelling, the catch gets bigger.  Left unchallenged, some storytelling anglers would eventually

Hawks Land Two in Showcase.

Drury, Kraws Play for Scouts in Buffalo Forward Jack Drury and goaltender Ben Kraws were among the 42 players chosen Monday by USA Hockey for the sixth annual CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game on September 21st in Buffalo. Drury is currently prep