St. John's Caps' centre Mike Winslow (left) tries to get a shot away as Mount Pearl Blades' goalie Devin O'Brien looks to corral the puck during Game 2 of the St. John's junior hockey league final Tuesday night at Twin Rinks. Mount Pearl won 3-2 in overtime to the best-of-seven series at 1-1. O'Brien, who made 33 saves, was named player of the game. Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram
Steve Bailey played the role of hero for the Mount Pearl Marks Work Wearhouse Blades scoring the winning goal 27 seconds into overtime to life his team to a 3-2 win over the St. John's Toyota Plaza Caps in Game 2 of the Co-operators St. John's Junior Hockey League best-of-seven final at Twin Rinks Tuesday.
Brandon Duffy and Travis Coles also scored for Mount Pearl and Bailey added an assist for a two point night.
The Blades, who led 1-0 after 40 minutes, scored early in the third period but gave up consecutive goals to the Caps' Sean Lynch and Mike Walsh to knot the game and force the extra frame.
Devin O'Brien made 33 saves in the win, earning him Jungle Jim's player of the game honours. Shane Collins faced 27 shots between the Caps' pipes.
Game 3 in the series is set for tonight, 7:30 p.m., at the Glacier in Mount Pearl.