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Team Captain Mike Dietrich holds the Dudley-Hewitt cup high on Monday at the Northwoods Credit Union Arena after the team won the final playoff game 4-3 against St. Michael in an over time Saturday May 4. This is the first time the cup has crossed the border. Jamie Lund/Pine Journal

Wilderness win Dudley-Hewitt Cup in OT

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A Nick Szopinski goal 11:59 into overtime was the difference as the Minnesota Wilderness edged the St. Michael's Buzzers (OJHL) 4-3 Saturday in the championship game of the Dudley-Hewitt Cup Central Canada Junior A tournament staged at North Bay's Memorial Gardens.

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With the victory the Wilderness will now represent the region at the 2013 Royal Bank Cup Canadian National Junior A championship, May 11-19, in Summerside, P.E.I.

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