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Terriers returning to the MJHL final

The Terriers will make a return visit to the MJHL Championship final after sweeping The Winnipeg Blues in the best of 7 semi-final.

Once again the Portage Terriers will be playing for the MJHL Championship thanks to a 6-2 win Friday night over the Winnipeg Blues.

The first period was uneventful, after 20 minutes the game was scoreless and only 2 minors handed out.

It wouldn’t take the Terriers long to get things rolling in the second as Dean Stewart would score a couple minutes in on the power play. The dogs would then score four more that period, Henry x 2, Shawn and Brad Bowles, before the Blues’ Nault would notch their first.

Both teams would trade goals in the 3rd for a 6-2 final.

Nathan Park would turn away 25 of the 27 goals he faced for his 8th straight playoff win for Portage.

Portage will now await the winner of the Winkler/Steinbach semi-final. Winkler currently leads 3-2 as of last night.

Tickets for the next series are available at the PCU Reception.