- Magic 97.1
- Eagle 94.1
The Home Hardware AAA Midget Legionnaires are a win away from making the SMAAAHL playoffs.
The Legionnaires owe a big thanks to the Beardy's Blackhawks who rallied back from a 3-1 deficit to beat the Saskatoon Blazers 4-3 in regulation.
The Blazers' loss keeps the Legionnaires in contention. Now, all they have to do is beat the top-ranked Notre Dame Hounds tomorrow afternoon and they are into the playoffs.
The Hounds have the best record in the SMAAAHL, but the Legionnaires have beaten them twice already this season.
Face-off is at 2:15 tomorrow afternoon from the Credit Union iplex.
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