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Terriers stay alive

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League champion Yorkton Terriers kept their season alive with a 4-1 win over the British Columbia Hockey League champion Coquitlam Express in the Western Canada Cup on Wednesday in Dauphin.

Brett Boehm and Chase Norrish both had a goal and an assist for the Terriers, who finished the round robin with a 2-2 record and clinched a playoff spot. Tayler Thompson and Dylan Johnson also scored for Yorkton, which played without Russell native Derek Falloon for the third straight game. Joey Santucci replied for the Express (2-1), while Gordie Defiel made 39 saves.

The round robin wraps up today with the MJHL’s Winnipeg Blues and AJHL’s Spruce Grove Saints battling for the final playoff spot at

2 p.m., followed by the host Kings and Express playing for first place at 7 p.m.

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition May 1, 2014

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The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League champion Yorkton Terriers kept their season alive with a 4-1 win over the British Columbia Hockey League champion Coquitlam Express in the Western Canada Cup on Wednesday in Dauphin.

Brett Boehm and Chase Norrish both had a goal and an assist for the Terriers, who finished the round robin with a 2-2 record and clinched a playoff spot. Tayler Thompson and Dylan Johnson also scored for Yorkton, which played without Russell native Derek Falloon for the third straight game. Joey Santucci replied for the Express (2-1), while Gordie Defiel made 39 saves.

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The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League champion Yorkton Terriers kept their season alive with a 4-1 win over the British Columbia Hockey League champion Coquitlam Express in the Western Canada Cup on Wednesday in Dauphin.

Brett Boehm and Chase Norrish both had a goal and an assist for the Terriers, who finished the round robin with a 2-2 record and clinched a playoff spot. Tayler Thompson and Dylan Johnson also scored for Yorkton, which played without Russell native Derek Falloon for the third straight game. Joey Santucci replied for the Express (2-1), while Gordie Defiel made 39 saves.

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