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WolfPack win final two tournaments

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The Man-Sask WolfPack won their final tournament of the season in Regina.

The Man-Sask WolfPack Novice AAA hockey team earned gold medals at two recent tournaments to conclude the season.

At the first tournament, the WolfPack competed in the 20th Annual Olympian Sports City of Bridges AAA International Hockey Tournament in Saskatoon.

The WolfPack won their first contest, 16-1, against the Fort McMurray Mountaineers. In the next game, the WolfPack defeated the Parkland Prospects from the Yorkton area 6-2. The game was tied 2-2 after the first period, and then Man-Sask scored four unanswered goals.

Their remaining games in the round-robin were a 5-5 tie against the Northern Predators of the Prince Albert region, a 9-5 victory over a Sask-Can team, a 7-1 loss to Lloydminster's Northern Border Stars.

After finishing with a record of 3-1-1 the WolfPack earned a spot in the gold medal game against the Stars, and defeated them 7-5.

In their final tournament of the season, the WolfPack competed in the Regina Spring AAA Classic.

The team opened with a 7-3 win against the Manitoba Colts. The following game was a high scoring affair against the Northern Border Stars, as the WolfPack defeated them 11-7.

The WolfPack finished first in their pool in the round robin with a 2-0 record, and matched up against the Regina Outlaws in the quarter-final. Man-Sask defeated them 6-0.

In the semi-final, the WolfPack defeated the Predators 11-4, earning a spot in the gold medal game against the Moose Jaw Epic.

Man-Sask scored five goals in the first to go on to win the game 10-4.

The Wolfpack finished the season with a 16-3-2 record.


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