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Record Crowd Sees USHL Highlight Of The Week



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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. --  A record crowd at the Sioux Falls Arena saw the best goal of the week in the USHL.

Stampede forward Thomas Forgione earned the Sauce Hockey highlight of the week in the USHL for his diving goal in the first period of the Stampede's 6-1 win over Lincoln on Saturday night.  It ended up being the game-winner.

The 4,788 in attendance broke the 7-year old attendance record.  The Stampede drew 4,764 for Game 5 of the Clark Cup Finals in 2006.

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