May 28, 2015


High School

Provincial High School Hockey Championship

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.
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.
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.
St. Paul's Crusaders players celebrate a championship.
Crusaders players hoist the trophy.
The River East Kodiaks' Brady Valiquette can only wonder what might have been.
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. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
River East Kodiaks captain Matt Allen and teammates react after the final buzzer. - Winnipeg Free Press
The St. Paul's Crusaders J.P Lovell scores on River East Kodiaks goaltender Myles Piche. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
The River East Kodiaks Holden Band (left) and Tristan Beach celebrate Beach's goal against the St. Paul's Crusaders. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
The St. Paul's Crusaders Cole Zadro (10), Alex Bouchard (left) and Xander Tachinski celebrate Zadro's goal against the River East Kodiaks. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
The provincial champion St. Paul's Crusaders hockey team pose for a trophy shot. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
St. Paul's Crusaders players celebrate a championship. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Crusaders players hoist the trophy. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
The River East Kodiaks' Brady Valiquette can only wonder what might have been. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

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