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Generals and Chiefs square off for league chamionship

One way or the other, the Chinook Hockey League champions will be crowned Wednesday at Bentley.

The Generals will host the Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs in the third and deciding game of the best-of-three league final at 8:30 p.m.

The Chiefs forced the decisive contest as Blake Grenier turned aside 42 shots in a 4-2 win Saturday over visiting Bentley. Travis Yonkman faced 21 shots in the Generals net.

Bryan Forslund, Jamie Marshall, Trevor Kordyban and Brian Woolger each notched a goal for Fort Saskatchewan, which led 1-0 after one period, 2-1 after two frames and then scored twice in the final two minutes to pull out the decision.

Replying for Bentley were Curtis Austring and Dustin Sproat.

The Generals opened the best-of-three set with a 4-1 Friday at home, getting goals from Chris Neiszner, Joe Vandermeer, Keenan Desmet and Jeremy Colliton. Aaron Agnew had the lone goal for the Chiefs.

Dan Bakala turned aside 20 shots in the Bentley net. Jim Watt made 28 saves for the visitors.



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