Cape Breton West Islanders win midget triple-A national championship

Cape Breton West wins Telus Cup

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The Cape Breton West Islanders are the 2017 Telus Cup champions.

Logan Chisholm scored his second goal of the game 5:39 into overtime as Cape Breton West edged the Saint-Francois Blizzard 5-4 on Sunday to capture the midget triple-A national championship.

Stephen Fox also scored twice for the Atlantic Region champion Islanders, with Jacob Hudson adding the other.

Samuel Dickner had a pair of goals while Yan-Cedric Gaudreault and Vincent Guy also scored to give the Quebec Region champions a 4-2 lead after the first period.

Colten Ellis made 43 saves for the win as Philippe Gaudreault turned away 23-of-28 shots in a losing cause.

Earlier in the day, the Central Region champion Mississauga Rebels downed the West Region champion Regina Pat Canadians 4-1 for third place.


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