Klim Georgiev scored the go-ahead marker six minutes into the second period and the Kings added three more goals in the final frame and beat the Pistons 5-1 Saturday night in Steinbach. Nick Braun and Jayden Harris potted third period power play goals for Dauphin. Cordell Coleman and Logan Calder also scored for the Kings who evened the Manitoba Junior Hockey League’s best-of-seven final at a game apiece. Braden Birnie’s power-play goal 47 seconds into the second period tied the game at 1-1. Dauphin netminder Carson Cherepak stopped 27 of 28 shots while Steinbach’s Simon Harkness made 24 saves. The series now shifts to Credit Union Place for games three and four Tuesday and Wednesday.

In Saskatchewan, Estevan scored with 6 seconds remaining in the game and then went on to win in overtime as the Bruins beat the Flin Flon Bombers 3-2. Estevan leads the best of seven series three games to two and it will resume in Flin Flon Tuesday. Portager Kian Calder plays for Estevan while Zak Smith of Austin is the captain of the Bombers.

The Portage Terriers hosted their annual prospects camp over the weekend at Stride Place. The camp was for players born between 2004-2007 and gave the players an opportunity to showcase their skills in front of Terrier scouts and coaching staff.

The host Southwest Cougars met the Saskatchewan U18 AAA Hockey League champion Notre Dame Hounds Sunday in the final of the Telus Cup West Regional Championship in Virden. Notre Dame is off to the National event after winning 4-3. The round-robin wrapped up Saturday. Owen LaRocque stopped all 40 shots he faced as Southwest shut out the Manitoba champion Winnipeg Wild 3-0. Notre Dame defeated the Thunder Bay Kings 8-3. The Hounds finished the round-robin with a 3-0 record; the Cougars were 1-1-1; the Wild and Kings were 1-2.

Brandon has been eliminated from the WHL playoffs. Red Deer defeated the Wheat Kings 5-4 in triple overtime and won the best of seven series 4-2. Winnipeg has already moved on to the second round after beating Prince Albert in 5 games.

Kyle Connor’s 47th goal of the season in the third period rallied the Jets to a 4-3 win over the Seattle Kraken on Sunday. It was a rescheduled game from earlier in the month that was called off due to heavy snow. BlakeWheeler, Morgan Barron and Dominic Toninato also scored for Winnipeg. At  39-32-11, the Jets will miss the playoffs that start tonight.

Mikey Eyssimont had a hat trick and Mikhail Berdin made 20 saves as the Manitoba Moose won their regular-season finale 6-0 over the Abbotsford Canucks at Canada Life Centre. Haralds Egle, Kristian Vesalainen and Nicholas Jones also scored for the Moose who finished in second place in the American Hockey League’s Central Division with a 41-24-5-2 record. Manitoba will meet the Milwaukee Admirals in the opening round of the Calder Cup playoffs. Game one is Friday, May 6th in Milwaukee.

Marie Wright of Moose Jaw & Jamie Answeeuw of Winnipeg had a win and a loss on day one of the World Wheelchair Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Lohja, Finland. Wright & Answeeuw defeated Polina Rozkova & Agris Lasman of Latvia 8-4 and then fell 6-4 to Christiane Putzich & Burkhard Moeller of Germany.

It’s day one of the Canadian U18 Curling Championships in Oakville. Manitoba champions Jordon McDonald and Zoey Terrick as well as provincial finalists Ryan Ostrowsky and Grace Beaudry are competing in Ontario.