The Cole Harbour McCain captured their second Atlantic major midget hockey championship in four years yesterday.
The McCain earned a 4-2 victory over the Fredericton Canadiens in Gander, N.L., capping a perfect 5-0 run at the event.
Stephen MacAulay, Mark Power, Ian Saab and Stuart Lenehan found the net as part of a balanced attack.
Lenehan added an assist for a two-point night and was named tournament most valuable player with five goals and three assists.
Jordon Burke led the tournament in scoring with seven goals and four assists for 11 points in five games. Jordan Mock also had a big tournament, with a goal and seven assists.
The McCain also won an Atlantic title in 2005. They are the only Nova Scotian team to win an Atlantic banner in the past six years.
Cole Harbour advances to the Telus Cup Canadian championship in Arnprior, Ont., from April 21 to 27.
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