Logan Chisholm tied the game with 5:51 to go and won it 5:39 into OT, helping the Islanders finish the comeback and become the first Atlantic team to win the TELUS Cup.
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Josh Eisfeld made 40 saves in his first start, Evan Benwell had a goal and an assist, and the Rebels earned the bronze medal.
Logan Chisholm scored the two biggest goals of the year for Cape Breton West, giving the Islanders a historic TELUS Cup.
After starting with back-to-back losses, the Blizzard are now just one win away from a record-setting fifth national title.
The second Atlantic team in as many years to reach the final, the Islanders have a chance to make history with a gold medal.
The best of the preliminary round was celebrated at the TELUS Cup awards banquet, where Jacob Hudson earned MVP honours.
The son of two basketball pros, Belgian-born Métis Roelens has followed a slightly more Canadian path to athletic success.
From pond hockey to chopping wood to four-hour round trips, Dylan MacDonald has taken a rather unique route to the TELUS Cup.
What started as concern for a friend has grown into a life-changing endeavour for Myles Mattila as a mental health advocate.
The last time Prince George played host, a future NHLer took MVP honours and delivered Quebec’s most recent national title.
From set-up men to shutdown defencemen, and goal scorers to goaltenders, ISS Hockey has selected its Players to Watch.
The Cariboo Cougars hope the end of a record-breaking BCMML regular season is just the start of something bigger and better.