The Centennial Arena was as loud as could be throughout Friday night as the Winkler Flyers took on the Steinbach Pistons in game 4 of the MJHL final. The only time the arena fell silent was when Parker Jasper of the Pistons tied the game with 40 seconds to go in the third. But in short order, Brody Beauchemin would find the stick of Zack Nicolas who would put the puck in the back of the net and the crowd into celebration mode. 

Watch the whole series of events in the video below.

The Eagle 93.5 Morning Show Host Ronny Guenther would catch up with the players after they hoisted the Turnbull Cup. 

"We had to stay composed. We knew they were going to have a push, trying to keep their season alive. But, we're resilient and we have been all year and it showed in this game," commented Flyers captain Trent Penner about going into the game with a 3-0 series lead. Penner also said the feeling in the arena was electric, "This is something we've been talking about wanting to do since summer time and the guys all came after a hard, hard summer of preparation and we we did it. It feels amazing."

It was announced after the game that Winkler's own Malachi Klassen was named Playoff MVP. Soaking it all in, Klassen thanked the fans for their support throughout the season. "To the fans: This is what makes this place amazing. Last game, probably ever in this rink, everybody showed up. Fans outside the rink with umbrellas, it's pouring rain and these guys are just waiting to come see us like 2 hours before the game. It's truly Incredible."

Winkler's Lucas Ens scored the game winning goal in game three, he reflected on the feeling of winning in front of his friends, family, and community. "Right now this is one of the best feelings of my whole life. I can't even explain it, I've had to get somebody to pinch me probably five times already to make sure I'm not dreaming. This is this is really just a dream come true and you can't ask for anything better in front of these fans."

Flyers head coach Justin Falk was ecstatic to see his players finally get to hoist the Turnbull Cup. "Yes, they've had success in their personal growth and growth as a player and a human being, a hockey player. But to get rewarded right now with the championship, I'm just so incredibly proud of them and happy for them that they get to experience this."