One team will win the Herder trophy this weekend.
© — Photo by Kenn Oliver/The Telegram
The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts' Rodi Short picks up a loose puck as teammate Mike Sibley keeps the Clarenville Caribous' Mitch Oake at bay during Game 5 of the Telegram Herder Memorial Trophy Championship Series Sunday afternoon in Clarenville. The Caribous won 5-2, but still trail the Cataracts 3-2 in the best-of-seven series which continues next weekend in Grand Falls-Windsor with Game 6 Saturday night. A Game 7, if necessary, is set for next Sunday afternoon.
And senior hockey fans can watch the games live to see whether it's Grand Falls-Windsor or Clarenville.
Tonight's Game 6 will be streamed live HERE. The puck drops at 8 p.m. at the Joe Byrne Arena, the Cataracts' home ice.
Fans can also follow a live blog on the right side of this site.
The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts are coming into Game 6 Saturday night with a 3-2 lead against the Clarenville Caribous.
The Clarenville team pushed the series to Game 6 by staging a strong comeback in the Games 4 and 5 at Clarenville, killing the Cataracts' hopes of sweeping the Herder series.
Game 7, if necessary, is set for Sunday afternoon at the Bryne arena.