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Tuesday March 26(Final)

Epic Battle on the Court: Canucks Outlast Ducks in Championship Thriller

(4)Ducks vs Canucks(7)

In a championship clash that electrified the crowd, the Canucks squared off against the  Ducks in a ball hockey spectacle for the ages. From-the first drop of the ball, it was clear that this game would be a battle of wills, with both teams leaving everything on the court. The Canucks wasted no time asserting their dominance, jumping out to an early lead on a swift finish by J.DiLima. Their relentless offensive pressure seemed to catch the Ducks off guard, as the Canucks capitalized on scoring opportunities to take control of the game. However, the Ducks proved to be a formidable adversary, refusing to let the Canucks run away with the championship. With gritty determination, they clawed their way back into the game, matching the Canucks goal for goal to even the score. The momentum swung back and forth as the teams traded blows, each refusing to concede an inch to their opponent. As the game reached its critical juncture, the Canucks found another gear, unleashing a relentless offensive onslaught that the Ducks struggled to contain. With pinpoint accuracy and unwavering focus, the Canucks surged ahead once again, leaving the Ducks reeling in their wake. No matter how hard the Ducks tried to battle back, the Canucks had an answer. Although only three players found the back of the net with M.Porato bagging a hat trick and J.DiLima along with Marie netting two goals each, the Canucks relied on everyone to capture the victory. Despite the Ducks' valiant efforts to mount a comeback, the Canucks remained steadfast, refusing to relinquish their lead. With time ticking down, the Canucks sealed the deal with a flurry of goals in the closing minutes, putting the championship out of reach for the Ducks. Often, goaltending is a determining factor for championship runs, and tonight wasn’t any different with C.Malkoun dialled in throughout the entire match for the Canucks. Once the buzzer sounded, the Canucks erupted in celebration hoisting the trophy high above their heads in what was a deserving run.

The Allo Mon Coco Ste Dorothee player of the game goes to Mike Porato of the Canucks. From-the opening whistle, M.Porato showcased his dominance on the court, utilizing his strength to protect the ball and thwart the Ducks' advances. His defensive prowess kept the Canucks ahead even as the Ducks pressed hard to level the score. But it was in his offensive performance that M.Porato truly shone. With precision and finesse, he netted not one, not two, but three goals, earning himself a well-deserved hat trick. Each goal was a testament to his skill and determination, as he expertly maneuvered through the Ducks' defense to find the back of the net.