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Provincial High School Hockey Championship

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The St. Paul's Crusaders are champions of provincial AAAA high school hockey after defeating the River East Kodiaks 4-1 in the championship game Monday night at St. James Civic Centre.

  • St. Paul's Crusaders players celebrate a 4-1 win over the River East Kodiaks in the AAAA Provincial High School Hockey Championship at St. James Civic Centre Monday night.

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    St. Paul's Crusaders players celebrate a 4-1 win over the River East Kodiaks in the AAAA Provincial High School Hockey Championship at St. James Civic Centre Monday night.

  • River East Kodiaks captain Matt Allen and teammates react after the final buzzer.

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    River East Kodiaks captain Matt Allen and teammates react after the final buzzer.

  • The St. Paul's Crusaders J.P Lovell scores on River East Kodiaks goaltender Myles Piche.

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    The St. Paul's Crusaders J.P Lovell scores on River East Kodiaks goaltender Myles Piche.

  • The River East Kodiaks Holden Band (left) and Tristan Beach celebrate Beach's goal against the St. Paul's Crusaders.

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    The River East Kodiaks Holden Band (left) and Tristan Beach celebrate Beach's goal against the St. Paul's Crusaders.

  • The St. Paul's Crusaders Cole Zadro (10), Alex Bouchard (left) and Xander Tachinski celebrate Zadro's goal against the River East Kodiaks.

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    The St. Paul's Crusaders Cole Zadro (10), Alex Bouchard (left) and Xander Tachinski celebrate Zadro's goal against the River East Kodiaks.

  • The provincial champion St. Paul's Crusaders hockey team pose for a trophy shot.

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    The provincial champion St. Paul's Crusaders hockey team pose for a trophy shot.

  • St. Paul's Crusaders players celebrate a championship.

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    St. Paul's Crusaders players celebrate a championship.

  • Crusaders players hoist the trophy.

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    Crusaders players hoist the trophy.

  • The River East Kodiaks' Brady Valiquette can only wonder what might have been.

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    The River East Kodiaks' Brady Valiquette can only wonder what might have been.

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