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Fluky goal ignites Fargo to 2-1 series lead

Bartek Bison’s goal with 6:53 remaining was the game-winner for Fargo.

WILLIAMS: Covelli’s coolest games are on tap

Covelli Centre will be the site of the highest-stakes hockey games ever played in the Youngstown arena this weekend.

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Cardelli’s goal gives Phantoms home-ice edge

Nicholas Cardelli’s second goal of the game helped the Youngstown Phantoms steal home-ice advantage away from the Fargo Force.

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Phantoms families gather to cheer team on in Clark Cup

The coolest place in town on Friday was Quaker Steak and Lube’s Patio Room.

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Phantoms’ mission: deliver a crown

Coach Brad Patterson suggested that now is not the time to reflect on accomplishments.

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Phantoms clinch berth in final

For the first time in the Youngstown Phantoms’ nine-year history, the USHL’s Clark Cup is coming to town.

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Gresock’s 4 goals power Phantoms

The Phantoms pummeled Team USA goaltender Cameron Rowe for a half-a-dozen goals Friday in grabbing control of the USHL’s Eastern Conference Finals.

Team USA ties series with Phantoms after 10-goal game.

Team USA dropped double-digit goals on the Youngstown Phantoms in a 10-6 victory.

Joyaux’s goal in OT lifts Phantoms over USA

Joyaux’s goal was scored 5:59 into the bonus session of Game 1.

Phantoms moving on

Youngstown blanks Dubuque for sweep

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Barry’s shorty ignites Phantoms’ comeback

Matthew Barry’s shorthanded goal helps the Phantoms take a 2-0 series lead.

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Phantoms take opener from weary Saints

Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals is tonight.

Phantoms back on the ice tonight against the Fighting Saints

Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals is tonight at Covelli Centre.

You're Watching Vindy Live from Phantom game

It's the Phantoms' annual school-day game with 4,000 kids.

Steel takes advantage of tired Phantoms’ defense

Chicago scored three goals in the third period.