MOOSE JAW, Sask. – Dakota Boutin scored 18:36 into the third overtime period to lift the Prince Albert Mintos over the Grenadiers de Chateauguay 4-3 for gold at the Telus Cup men’s national midget hockey championship on Sunday.
Carson Cayer scored twice for Prince Albert, while Lance Yaremchuck added a goal and an assist.
Tyler Hylland scored twice for the Grenadiers, and Martin-Olivier Cardinal scored a power-play goal to tie the game at three goals apiece 14:35 into the third. Cardinal also chipped in with two assists for a three-point night.
Mintos goaltender Connor Ingram made 60 saves through nearly six periods of action. Chateauguay’s Etienne Montpetit stopped 57 shots in the losing effort.
Earlier Sunday, Linden Hora scored twice, including the winner 3:28 into overtime as the Okanagan Rockets defeated the Toronto Young Nationals 3-2 for bronze.
Liam Finlay had the other Rockets goal while Reid Kilburn made 27 saves.
Marco Bozzo had a goal and an assist for Toronto, and Steven Harland also scored. Izzy Benigno stopped 34 shots in the losing effort.
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