Senior hockey fans across Newfoundland and Labrador can continue watching every game of the 2014 Herder Memorial Trophy final online.
© — Photo by Barbara Dean-Simmons/The Packet
The Clarenville Caribous' Keith Delaney scores a power play goal in the second period of Game 4 of the Telegram Herder Memorial Trophy Championship Series Saturday night at the Clarenville Events Centre. The goal stood as the winner as the Herd defeated the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts 5-2. At left are Cataracts' defencemen Sam Hounsell and Luke Gallant and goaltender AJ Whiffen. The Cataracts still lead the best-of-seven series 3-1 and can clinch the title in Game 5 Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Clarenville.
The entire series, featuring the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts and Clarenville Caribous, are being streamed live on thetelegram.com.
The Cataracts lead the series three games to one. Clarenville stayed alive with a 5-2 win Saturday night.
Game five will take place Sunday afternoon in Clarenville at 2 p.m.
Stream the game live HERE.
Fans can also watch the game through Bell Aliant at http://live.streamit.ca/?player=2158&eventid=28227
Bell Aliant is the official broadcaster for the series.
In addition to the broadcast, TC Media's Kenn Oliver will be live blogging from every game, and Barbara Dean-Simmons will be tweeting from the @gfwadvertiser and @nlpacket Twitter accounts.
The blog can be found to the right.
The Herder Memorial Trophy was first presented in 1935 by The Evening Telegram Limited in honour of the hockey-playing Herder family, who founded The Evening Telegram in 1879. The trophy is emblematic of the all-Newfoundland senior A hockey championship.
Both teams have experience competing for the top prize. The Caribous played in the Herder final the last two years, winning the historic trophy in 2012. Clarenville also won the Herder in 2009 and 2010.
The Cataracts played in the 2012 and 2011 finals, winning the hardware in 2011. Grand Falls-Windsor has 11 Herder championships as the Cataracts and Andcos. The town won the 1953 Herder as the Grand Falls All-Stars.