Jack Randl and Chase Bradley each scored twice as Omaha routed Sioux City 6-1 on Saturday night at Ralston Arena.
Randl added an assist for his fourth three-point game of the season, and the Lancers (16-11-6-1) snapped a three-game losing streak.
Luke Mobley added a goal and an assist as Omaha scored five times in the first 46 minutes to chase former Lancers goalie Akira Schmid.
The Lancers tallied a 39-22 shot advantage, converted on two of five power plays and didn’t commit a penalty.
Omaha goalie Kyle McClellan had 21 saves to earn his fourth win of January.
The Lancers will travel to Tri-City on Sunday.
Sioux City (13-14-6-1)....0 0 1—1
At Omaha (16-11-6-1)....1 2 3—6
First period: 1, O, Randl (Mobley), 16:50.
Second period: 2, O, Mobley (Randl, Jensen), 1:33. 3, O, Lautenbach (Renwick, Kodsi).
Third period: 4, O, Bradley (unassisted), 4:27. 5, O, Randl (Anderson), 6:41 (pp). 6, Bradley (Plucinski), 7:11 (pp). 7, SC, Krenzen (Masilevich, Irey), 17:24.
Shots on goal
Omaha..............3 9 10—22
Sioux City........14 16 9—39
Power plays: Sioux City 0-0, Omaha 2-5.
Penalties-minutes: Sioux City 4-19, Omaha 0-0.
Goalies: Sioux City, Akira Schmid (33 shots, 28 saves, 46:41), Ethan Haider (6 shots, 5 saves), 13:19. Omaha, Kyle McClellan (22 shots, 21 saves, 60:00).
Three stars: Randl (O), Bradley (O), Mobley (O).
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