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The Melfort Mustangs Western Canada Cup Schedule is as follows... 

Sun, April 26th - Melfort Mustangs vs Portage Terriers 2:30pm
Mon, April 27th - Melfort Mustangs vs Spruce Grove Saints 7:30pm
Wed, April 29th - Melfort Mustangs vs Penticton Vees 7:30pm
Thurs, April 30th - Melfort Mustangs vs Fort McMurray Oil Barons 7:30pm

Playoff Schedule TBD


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-LISTEN LIVE: Every game can be heard on CK750 with Branden Crowe. The broadcasts will begin 15 minutes prior to puck drop. 

-Head to the Melfort Golf and Country Club and watch the games on the big screen! Meal and drink specials each night! 

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Mustangs Canalta Cup Champions

Sweep their way to Fort McMurray

For the first time in nearly 20 years, the Melfort Mustangs are on top of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.

The Mustangs blanked the Notre Dame Hounds 4-0 in Game 4 on Thursday, sweeping the Notre Dame Hounds to win the Canalta Cup, their first since 1996.

Richard Palmer made 29 saves for his second shutout of the playoffs, and went 12-2 in the post-season, with a 2.07 GAA, .922% to be names Co-Playoff MVP along with forward Adam Fauchoux, who racked up 14 goals in 14 post-season games.

Fauchoux was held off the board in Game 4, for just the second time in the playoffs.  David Heath opened the scoring on a first period penalty shot, before the Mustangs scored three in the second to round out the scoring, thanks to Justin Boyer, Sheldon Argent (SH) and Nick Hermary.

The Mustangs advance to the Western Canada Cup in Fort McMurray, Alberta beginning next weekend.  The host Fort McMurray Oil Barons, and MJHL Champion, and RBC host Portage Terriers are already part of the WCC field.  The other two spots are yet to be determined, as the Penticton Vees lead the Nanaimo Clippers 3-2 in the BCHL final, and the Spruce Grove Saints holding a 3-1 edge on the Brooks Bandits in the AJHL championship series.

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