Golden Boys at Telus Cup- Cape Breton West Islanders
Team celebrates winning goal scored by Logan Chisholm
Prince George, B.C. -The Cape Breton West Islanders are the golden boys of the Telus Cup
The gold medal game stared with Quebec drawing first blood at 3:08 of the first period when Samuel dickner got one by Cape Breton goalie Colton Ellis.
Cape Breton responded just 2 minutes later when Captain Jacob Hudson scored for the West Islanders. The tie wouldn’t last long as Quebec would take the lead at 6:10, and Cape Breton responded less than two minutes later, once again the game was tied.
Quebec’s Samuel Dickner would strike again at the 16:33 mark, giving Quebec the lead, then Vincent Guy would double that lead with a goal with just 31 seconds left in the first period.
The second period was all Quebec, as they outshot Cape Breton 12 to 5, but neither team was able to score.
Cape Breton would claw back with Stephen Fox scoring at 4:40 of the third to make it a 4-3 game. Then Logan Chisholm tied it up at 14:10 of the third period.
Into the 10 minute overtime, the Cape Breton boys kept up the pressure, and Logan Chisholm scored at 5:39 to give the Cape Breton West Islanders the gold medal.
Cape Breton won, but I think Quebec was the better team.
Traditionally the winner is considered the better team…thats why they play the games
NyteHawk—Did you see this game?? I would like other fans opinions that attended the game.
Cape Breton had great goaltending and a steady team. They were consistent from the start of every game until the end of every game. Most team were inconsistent in their play and this led to the better team winning the championship. Colton Ellis, the CB goaltender has a very bright future in hockey, remember that name!!!
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