The SJHL’s Canalta Cup Final will be headed to a deciding Game 7.
The Estevan Bruins evened up the Best of 7 series at 3-3 after a 4-0 win home decision on Sunday night over the Nipawin Hawks.
Jake Fletcher led the way offensively for the Bruins with 1G 2A while Johnny Witzke, Hayden Guilderson and Michael McChesney also scored for the home-side.
Bo Didur turned aside 36 shots for the Bruins for his 2nd playoff shutout.
The two teams will battle for the SJHL championship when Game number 7 is played on Tuesday night in Nipawin.
The Bruins are looking for their first league title since 1999, while the Hawks won their only league title back 28 years ago.
Pistons capture MJHL’s Turnbull Cup
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The Steinbach Pistons captured their 2nd ever MJHL Turnbull Cup title on Saturday night defeating the Virden Oil Capitals 2-1 on the road in Game 6 to win the Best of 7 series, 4-2.
Former Wayway Wolverine Brendan Martin and Gilbert Plains MB product Riese Gaber scored for the Pistons while Ben Dalke replied for Virden.
The Pistons will now await the winner of the SJHL’s Canalta Cup Final between the Nipawin Hawks and Estevan Bruins to see who they will host in Game 1 of the Best of 7 Anavet Cup that’ll kick off on Friday night in Steinbach.