In all of sports, there's nothing quite as special as a championship Game Seven matchup. Tonight, former Terrier captain and local product Logan Calder will get the chance to play in one and potentially raise the Turnbull Cup with the Dauphin Kings. 

Calder, who was traded to the Kings at the MJHL's trade deadline, has been a pivotal contributor to Dauphin's playoff success, picking up six goals and seven assists for 13 points in 17 games these playoffs. 

When asked what the mood of the Kings room is heading into the deciding game, Calder notes that the boys from the Parkland are fired up. 

"We battled hard to get the game six win to get to game seven. So, we're excited and ready to play Game Seven." 

The 21-year-old Portage native says keeping it simple and sticking to the game plan will give the Kings the best chance of taking home the title. 

Although he wasn't in the lineup for the Terriers game seven Turnbull Cup victory in 2018-19, Calder shares that he will be banking on that experience to help his team succeed.  

"I'm just going to try to take what the vets and 20-year old's did back then and try and transfer that into Wednesday's game." 

On Sunday, with their backs against the wall, down 3-2 in the series, the Kings played an excellent game, winning 2-0 and dominating the shots on goal category 47-24. 

Calder picked up a goal late in the 3rd of Game Six, icing the game and sending it to the Game Seven slated for midweek in Steinbach.

He touches on what that goal meant to his team. 

"Dube, Rathbone and I were playing well all game. I thought we had chances, so it's nice to finally get one past the goalie. We're all excited and just ready to try and finish the job on Wednesday."

Calder adds that he believes the confidence level in his own game that he is working with right now has led him to have success this postseason. 

"I had a good regular season, and building the chemistry with my line throughout the regular season and having that lead into playoffs has been huge for me." 

Calder and the Dauphin Kings will look to make history tonight in Steinbach as this could be the first MJHL for the Kings since 2010.

Puck drop is set for 7:30 p.m. at the T.G. Smith Centre.