MV Colts Closing In On First Ever HJHL Championship

The Mountain View Colts have a chance to win their first ever Heritage Junior B Hockey League championship on home ice. They are up 3-2 on the Generals in the best of seven HJHL Final. Mountain View rallied from a 3-1 deficit to win Game 5 by the score of 5-4 in Cochrane.

As heard on Tuesday, March 22nd on 96.5 CKFM a shorthanded goal by Ryan Klink jumpstarted a four goal outburst in the second period for the Mountain View Colts.
That helped them rally from a 3-1 deficit to claim a 5-4 road victory in Cochrane.
Mountain View now leads the best of seven HJHL Championship Series three games to two.
After the Colts fell behind by two goals, Head Coach Gord Olsen called a timeout and forward Tyson Schmidt explains how that helped them start the comeback.
Schmidt had a pair of assists in the Game 5 victory. Evan Ingram's shorthanded goal accounted for all of the scoring in the first period. Keaton Perigny and Austin Pedersen netted even strength markers. Colton Anderon's second period power play goal stood up as the game winner.
Thomas Della Siega made one of the most spectacular saves of the playoffs in the third period to help the Colts hang on to the 5-4 lead.
The Generals outshot the Colts 41-37. Slater Ransom and Chad Harrison scored power play goals for Cochrane, while George King and Kurt Thrussell also scored.
The Mountain View Colts will have the chance to capture their first ever Heritage Junior B Hockey League championship on Wednesday, March 23rd when they host the Generals. Live coverage of Game 6 from the Didsbury Memorial Complex can be heard on 96.5 CKFM starting at 8pm.
Hear 96.5 CKFM's post-game conversation with Colts 20 year old forward Tyson Schmidt from Olds.
Listen to more post-game audio with 21 year old Assistant Captain Clinton Armitage.
Check out the audio highlights of the Colts 5-4 win in Cochrane as heard on 96.5 CKFM.

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