Foxx McColl registered a hat trick, and picked up an assist, to lead the 2005 Wolfpack to a 7-5 victory over the Crusaders in the 2005 final. Van Eger chipped in with 2 goals, while Jye Zawatsky and Carter McKay each picked up singles. Parker Dunn replied with 4 points (1g, 3a) for the Crusaders in the loss. Blaze Gutzke also picked up 3 points (1g, 2a) in a losing effort. The Wolfpack went undefeated over the weekend, winning all 5 of their games.
The MB Bruins captured gold in the 2004 division after outscoring the Crusaders Gold 6-3 in an afternoon tilt. Stephen Arp, of the Bruins, lead all scorers with 4 (3g, 1a) points in the tournament final. Singles came off the sticks of Nolan Roberts, Carter Anderson, and Zane Dyck. The Crusaders received goals from Dawson Karol, Colton Leahy, and Declan Cosford. Nathan Braun stopped 25, of the 28 shots, he faced in picking up the win for the Bruins. In earlier tournament action, the Crusaders outlasted the Bruins 7-6, handing them their only loss of the tournament.
Josh Thomson sniped twice to lead his Mallard Stars teammates to a 4-1 victory over the Sask. Nationals in 2003 action. Ryder Thompson, and Brayden Broome with an empty netter, notched singles for the Stars, who went a perfect 5-0 over the 3-days. The Stars were dominant in outscoring their opponents 28-12 over that period. Thomas Bartlett was the lone National to dent the twine and beat Stars goalie Keaton Ziprick. Earlier in the day the Nationals pounded the Norther Rage 6-1 to advance to the tournament final.