Prince Albert Mintos
Telus Cup Champions 2014
Braden Lozinski, Chad Grambo, Brody Reimer, Matthew Parsons, Rhys Kipling, Loch Morrison, Braxx George, Josh Roberts, Jared Blaquiere, Ryan Duret, Carson Cayer, Teal Sobkowicz, Lance Yaremchuk, Kody White, Keegan Kjargaard, Dakota Boutin, Wyatt Grant, Brody Madarash, Lane Michasiw, Connor Ingram
Dakota Boutin scored at 18:36 of the third overtime period. The 16-year-old winger for Moosomin was the triple overtime hero Sunday as the Mintos beat les Grenadiers de Châteauguay 4-3 in the longest game ever in Telus Cup history—108 minutes and 36 seconds long.
Boutin was in on a 2-on-1 with linemate Lance Yaremchuk. Yaremchuk waited out the defence and goaltender Montpetit before setting up Boutin with a cross-crease pass.
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.
Prince Albert Mintos goaltender Connor Ingram made 60 saves through nearly six periods of action. Grenadiers de Châteauguay's Etienne Montpetit stopped 57 shots in the losing effort.
The Mintos now have three Telus Cup championships, the second largest total for any Midget AAA franchise. All three of them have come in the last six years, the most in that span.
The longest game wasn’t the only historic tidbit that the Mintos were able to achieve. They also maintained the longest ever undefeated streak at a national championship (19-0-2) and gave up the fewest goals ever in a national championship round robin (three goals against in five games).