Provincial Junior Hockey League

Lakeshore, Hagersville grab PJHL titles in town

GUELPH – A goal less than a minute into overtime lifted the Lakeshore Canadiens to the Provincial Junior Hockey League championship Sunday at the Gryphon Centre.

Dylan Weston scored 41 seconds into the extra period to give Lakeshore a 3-2 win over the Clarington Eagles.

Lakeshore never trailed in the game. The Canadiens were up 1-0 at the end of the first period while the teams were tied 1-1 at the end of the second. They went up 2-1 at 3:16 of the third period before Clarington pulled even 2:43 later.

Trevor Larue and Jake Nimmo scored in regulation time for Lakeshore while Brent Lace and Owen Manarin tallied for Clarington.

In Saturday’s semifinals at the Gryphon Centre, Lakeshore blanked the Grimsby Peach Kings 5-0 and Clarington ousted the Stayner Siskins 4-1.

In the Tier 2 final Sunday at the Gryphon Centre, the Hagersville Hawks defeated the Petrolia Flyers 3-2, also in overtime.

Joey Stimac scored the winner for Hagersville at 7:14 of overtime.

After a scoreless first period, the teams scored once apiece in the second period. Petrolia shot ahead with a shorthanded goal with two minutes to go in regulation time, but Hagersville tied it with a power-play goal 43 seconds later.

Marcus Lazurus scored both goals in regulation time for Hagersville while Logan O’Leary-Dilosa and Michael Vanek had a goal apiece for Petrolia.


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