Hawks Cam: Tour of Moscow
Friday August 17, 2012
The Waterloo Black Hawks pose for a group photo in front of Saint Basil's Cathedral near Red Square in Moscow, Russia. (USHL Images)
The Waterloo Black Hawks took some time away from the hockey rink to take a tour of Moscow, Russia. The USHL team was in the city to play a pair of exhibition games against Russian junior teams before heading to Omsk, Russia in order to compete in the 2012 Junior Club World Cup.
Watch the video as defenseman Alec McCrea and forward Josh Nenadal work the camera to follow the Black Hawks players as they hit the streets of Moscow.
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