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NA Juniors Playoffs Game Night: 5-6-14

Ontario Hockey League

Guelph Storm 4 @ North Bay Battalion 3
Storm lead best-of-7 OHL Finals, 2-1

D Dylan Blujus, NB: 1-1-2, E, 0 PIM, *First Star*
Playoff totals: 20 GP, 4-6-10, +5, 18 PIM
Season totals: 55 GP, 4-26-30, +12, 56 PIM
2012-13 totals: 68 GP, 2-27-29, -8, 57 PIM

This one will hurt for North Bay. Blujus’ goal at 9:03 of the third period gave North Bay a 3-2 lead, but a funny thing happened on the way to North Bay’s series lead – the Storm scored twice in the final 30 seconds of regulation to steal the game and a 2-1 lead in the best-of-7 OHL Finals. Zack Mitchell scored at 19:30 to tie the game with the goalie pulled, then Brock McGinn scored the winner with 11 seconds left. Blujus was on the ice for the 6-on-5 goal, but was off for the game winner. He was named first star for the game. Game 4 is Wednesday night.

NA Juniors Playoffs Game Night: 5-2-14

Ontario Hockey League

North Bay Battalion 4 @ Guelph Storm 3 (OT)
Best-of-7 OHL Finals tied, 1-1

D Dylan Blujus, NB: 0-1-1, +1, 0 PIM
Playoff totals: 19 GP, 3-5-8, +5, 18 PIM
Season totals: 55 GP, 4-26-30, +12, 56 PIM
2012-13 totals: 68 GP, 2-27-29, -8, 57 PIM

For the second straight game, the OHL Finals went to overtime, but this time North Bay came out on top, beating Guelph, 4-3, to even the series at one game apiece. North Bay outshot the league’s top team, 41-24, including 30-13 over the final three periods of play. Dylan Blujus had a power play assist for North Bay, cutting Guelph's early 2-0 lead to 2-1. Battalion captain Barclay Goodrow (free agent) scored the game winner. Game 3 is Tuesday in North Bay.

NA Juniors Playoffs Game Night: 5-1-14

Ontario Hockey League

North Bay Battalion 2 @ Guelph Storm 3 (OT)
Storm lead best-of-7 OHL Finals, 1-0

D Dylan Blujus, NB: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM
Playoff totals: 18 GP, 3-4-7, +4, 18 PIM
Season totals: 55 GP, 4-26-30, +12, 56 PIM
2012-13 totals: 68 GP, 2-27-29, -8, 57 PIM

Guelph’s Jason Dickinson (Stars first rounder) scored his sixth goal of the playoffs in the first minute of overtime on Thursday, lifting the Storm to a 3-2 win over North Bay in Game 1 of the OHL Finals. Dylan Blujus was not on the ice for the overtime winner against, but did take a minus on Guelph’s tying goal, scored with eight minutes left in regulation. The win snapped North Bay’s six-game winning streak. Game 2 is Friday night in Guelph.

KHL Playoff Game Day: 4-30-14

KHL Gagarin Cup Finals
(1)Magnitogorsk 7 vs. (3)Praha 4
Magnitogorsk Wins the Series 4-3
Magnitogorsk Wins the Gagarin Cup
Vasily Koshechkin, Magnitogorsk, Win, 43/47, 4.00 GAA, .915 sv%
Regular season totals: 51 GP, 30-12-8, 9 SO, 1.88 GAA, .940 sv%
Playoff totals: 21 GP, 16-5-0, 2 SO, 1.97 GAA, .934 sv%

Longtime KHL star Danis Zaripov had 1 goal and 4 points to help lead Magnitogorsk to their Cup clinching 7-4 win over Praha in Game Seven of the Gagarin Cup Finals. Former Red Wings farmhand Francis Pare chipped in 1 goal and 1 assist in the win and former Lightning draft pick Dmitri Kazionov also had a helper in the match for Metallurg. Vasily Koshechkin wins his first Gagarin Cup and the victory also marks the first time the Gagarin Cup was won by a non-Russian coach as Metallurg's bench boss this season was none other than Iron Mike Keenan.

NA Juniors Playoffs Game Night: 4-29-14

Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Val-d’Or Foreurs 3 @ Halifax Mooseheads 2
Foreurs win best-of-7 semifinal series, 4-3

C/W Jonathan Drouin, HAL: 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM, 0 Hits, 10 SOG, 12/20 FO
Playoff totals: 16 GP, 13-28-41, +9, 18 PIM
Season totals: 46 GP, 29-70-108, +49, 43 PIM
2011-2012 Season: 49 GP, 41-64-105, +48, 32 PIM

Maxime Pressault scored his first goal of the playoffs 13 minutes into the third period to break a 2-2 tie and propel the Foreurs to the QMJHL Finals with a Game 7 win. Halifax outshot their opponent, 41-16, including 17-3 in the third period, but they couldn’t beat VDO goalie Antoine Bibeau (Leafs). Halifax scored both of their goals in the first period when they had a 2-1 lead entering the second.

This will end the junior career of Jonathan Drouin, barring some greatly unforeseen circumstances in which he wouldn’t make the Lightning next fall. Drouin’s junior career goes down as one of the best in recent memory as he accumulated 344 points in 178 regular season and playoff games, won dozens of awards, and set multiple records. He ended his career with 77 points in his last 28 games.

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