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Western Kings lead provincial major midget hockey league semifinal series 3-2

With the score tied 2-2 early in the third period, Kings’ Mason Campbell, centre, wrangled the puck and had a breakaway, but snow flew as he was met by Leafs goaltender Evan Martin, who left his net and managed to deflect the puck before Campbell could take his shot. Kings’ is also shown Marty Bowers in on the play.
With the score tied 2-2 early in the third period, Kings’ Mason Campbell, centre, wrangled the puck and had a breakaway, but snow flew as he was met by Leafs goaltender Evan Martin, who left his net and managed to deflect the puck before Campbell could take his shot. Kings’ is also shown Marty Bowers in on the play. - Roxanne Ryland

Game 4 of the provincial major midget hockey league best-of-seven semifinal took place at the Hodder Memorial Recreation Complex in Deer Lake on Saturday, with the Western Kings playing host to the St John's Maple Leafs.

The Kings won Game 3 at the Hodder on Friday night 5-0, before triumphing Saturday 4-2. On Sunday at the Corner Brook Civic Centre, the Leafs managed to extend the series to next weekend with a 3-2 win to stay alive.

In the other semifinal, the East Coast Blizzard lead the Tri-Pen Osprey 3-2.

With the score tied 2-2 early in the third period, Kings’ Mason Campbell, centre, wrangled the puck and had a breakaway, but snow flew as he was met by Leafs goaltender Evan Martin, who left his net and managed to deflect the puck before Campbell could take his shot. Kings’ is also shown Marty Bowers in on the play.
With the score tied 2-2 early in the third period, Kings’ Mason Campbell, centre, wrangled the puck and had a breakaway, but snow flew as he was met by Leafs goaltender Evan Martin, who left his net and managed to deflect the puck before Campbell could take his shot. Kings’ is also shown Marty Bowers in on the play.

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