By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

GENEVA, Ill. (CBS) — The United States Hockey League’s Chicago Steel are getting ready for the Clark Cup Playoffs in Geneva.

Starting Friday, the back-to-back regular season champs will be hosting a best-of-three series against Dubuque.

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The Steel have the top four scorers in the league – and some unfinished business after the pandemic stopped their championship hopes last year.

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“I’m excited about the group, and last year, obviously, was an abrupt ending, but anyone involved in sports went through the same thing,” said Chicago Steel Coach Brock Sheahan. It was a nice team; a very nice feel to go into playoffs this year – really excited about where we’re at.”

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Tickets are still available to watch the Steel at Fox Valley Ice Arena, which can host up to 25 percent of capacity.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff