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Andreas Tsogkas scores 2OT winner as Mississauga Reps advance to Telus Cup final

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LEVIS, Que. - Andreas Tsogkas scored 5:59 into double overtime on Saturday as the Mississauga Reps stunned the top-ranked Gaulois du College Antoine-Girouard 4-3 to book a spot in the Telus Cup final.

Mississauga will face Notre Dame in Sunday's championship game after the Hounds topped the St. John's Fog Devils 5-3 in the other semifinal. The two teams tied 5-5 in round-robin play.

James Ryan, Eric Locke and Jordan Auld had the other goals for Mississauga, while Malcolm Subban and Santo Provenzano combined to make 38 saves.

Marc-Olivier Brouillard and Kevin Bergeron each had a goal and two assists for College Antoine-Girouard, while Dominic Beauchemin also scored. Julien Giroux stopped 35 shots in defeat.

Mississauga led 2-1 after two periods before Bergeron and Beauchemin scored back-to-back power-play goals 1:06 apart early in the third to the give the Gaulois a lead 3-2.

But Auld tied things for Mississauga on a two-man advantage at 12:58 to send the game to overtime.

In the other semifinal, Daniel Dale scored the game-winner in the third period as Notre Dame beat St. John's.

With the score tied 3-3, Dale buried a rebound on a 2-on-1 past St. John's goaltender Scott Bray with 7:16 left in regulation.

Scott Bolland, Shea Howorko, Catlin Foley and Morgan Rielly had the other goals for Notre Dame. Riley Parker made 22 saves for the win.

Zach O'Brien, with two, and Marcus Power replied for the Fog Devils. Scott Bray made 41 saves in defeat.

Bolland opened the scoring at 17:53 of the first before Howorko made it 2-0 for Notre Dame with 24 seconds left in the period.

Notre Dame killed off a 5-on-3 power play early in the second and moments later, Foley scored to make it 3-0 at 8:16.

The Fog Devils responded quickly when O'Brien wired a shot past Parker just 25 seconds later and Power made it 3-2 at 10:45. O'Brien then added his second of the game and eighth of the tournament to tie things up with less than two minutes to go in the period.

After Dale gave Notre Dame the lead in the third, Rielly made it 5-3 with under five minutes to go.

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