Jr. Senators 4, Collingwood Blues 2
Mickael Hebert (Rouyn-Noranda, Que.) scored twice.
Chase Lammi (Sudbury, Ont.) and Vincent Velocci
(Toronto, Ont.) rounded out the scoring.
Rorke Applebee (Châteauguay, Que.) made 32 saves.
Portage Terriers 2, Yarmouth Mariners 1
Daniel Siso (Calgary, Alta.) and Brandon
McCartney (Winnipeg, Man.) each had a pair of
Kian Calder (Portage la Prairie, Man.) scored the game
Bailey Monteith (Kamloops, B.C.) made 36 saves.
Next Games (Saturday, May 20):
Semifinal #1 – Ottawa Jr. Senators vs. Brooks Bandits – 3:30 p.m. CT/4:30
Semifinal #2 – Portage Terriers vs. Battlefords North Stars – 7:30 p.m.
CT/8:30 p.m. ET
TSN and RDS, the official broadcast partners of Hockey Canada, will
broadcast the championship game on May 21 at 3 p.m. CT/4 p.m. ET. The
semifinals can be livestreamed at
“I like how we stuck with it all game. There were times when they had some
intense pressure, but we bent and didn’t break. To give up the goal late in
the period can be deflating emotionally, but we have great leaders in the
room and guys that understand the big picture. We always say if there is
time on the clock we believe in our group and that’s exactly how it played
Jr. Senators head coach Kyle Makaric (LaSalle, Ont.) on his team’s
“I think the fans will go home happy tonight. They saw us in a real
hard-fought game. The powerplay has been clicking. You want the special
teams to be good when they have to be. Last game it was our penalty kill
and tonight it was the man advantage, they were good for us.”
- Siso on winning the special team’s battle.
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