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 fans of Senior Hockey can follow the play by play thanks to TC Media.
You can follow the excitement at gfwadvertiser.ca or thepacket.ca through the CoverItLive feature on our websites.
You can also watch the game onlne thanks to a partnership between TC Media and Bell Aliant. The game will be streamed live through our websites. Click on the "Watch it Live" link on our home pages.
You can also follow us on twitter @gfwadvertiser and @nlpacket.
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 6 gets underway at 8 p.m. at the Joe Byrne Arena, the Cataracts' home ice.
Game 7, if necessary, is set for Sunday afternoon at the Bryne arena.
Someone will hoist the Herder this weekend. Stay tuned via TC Media to see how this story ends.