The Green Bay Gamblers went 1-1-0 on their weekend road trip through Illinois and Iowa.
On Friday, the Gamblers found themselves down 5-1 after two periods en route to a 6-3 loss to the Chicago Steel in Geneva, Ill. Jack Harvey scored two goals while 10 players collected at least on point in the Steel victory. The Gamblers' Barrett Hall and Jimmy Clark each registered a goal and an assist in the loss.
The Gamblers flipped the script on Sunday, scoring four goals in the second period to beat the Cedar Rapids Roughriders 7-2. Artyom Levshunov had one of his best games in a Gamblers sweater, collecting two goals and two assists in the victory. Clark had his second straight game of one goal and one assist. Kristoffer Eberly stopped 17 of his 19 shots faced.
The Gamblers will stick to the road this coming weekend with a pair of games in Muskegon against the Lumberjacks.