Black Hawks in Russia - Day 2
Wednesday August 15, 2012
The Waterloo Black Hawks took the ice for practice at the LDS CSKA Arena in Moscow, the historic home of the Red Army team. (USHL Images)
The Waterloo Black Hawks hit the ice for the first time in Russia when they held practice at the LDS CSKA Arena in Moscow, home of the Red Army team. The Hawks will play an exhibition game at the arena on Wednesday as they prepare for the 2012 Junior Club World Cup tournament.
Josh Nenadal talks about taking the ice and looking forward to taking a tour of Moscow.
Justin Kloos discusses skating in Russia and the experienc of being on the trip.
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