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Bellingham Blazers win Cascade Cup

Bellingham Blazers win Cascade Cup

Photo: KPUG

Micky Turner’s overtime goal against the West Sound Warriors delivered a 6-5 victory and a second straight NPHL Cascade Cup for the Bellingham Blazers, Sunday at the Bellingham Sportsplex.

In the deciding game 5, the Blazers were on the cusp of a championship but two West Sound goals tied the game at 5-5 and pushed it into overtime.

Boris Knyazev scored two goals and recorded two assists, including the game winning assist. Mason Wade chipped-in one goal and two assists and Cody Rich added one goal and an assist.

Robert MacDonald stopped 43 shots on goal.

The Blazers will move on to the USA Hockey Teir III Junior Nationals.

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