What has been a dream season for the Notre Dame Hounds has ended with the Canadian midget hockey championship title.
The Hounds defeated Magog, Quebec in the Telus Cup final 5-1 Sunday afternoon in Sudbury, Ontario to take home the title for the 5th time in history.
Victoria Royals prospect Luke Mylymok led the way in the final as he had the hat-trick.
The Hounds went undefeated at the event winning seven games to give them what is now a record 22 game win streak at the Telus Cup and did not lose a playoff game as they cruised through the Saskatchewan Midget Triple A playoffs and then the West regional before coming to Sudbury.
The last Saskatchewan team to win the event were the Prince Albert Mintos in 2014.