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Notre Dame rolls in to semis at Telus Cup with 9-3 win over Hamilton @NHLdotcom

SELKIRK, Man. - Notre Dame beat the Hamilton Reps 9-3 on Friday as the Hounds finished undefeated in round-robin play at the Telus Cup .

Pat McGillis scored three goals and added an assist for the Hounds (4-0-1), who were the only team to finish the preliminary without a loss.

Drew George, Ben Gamache, Lucas Froese, Brent Benson, Jesse Pauls and Bryce Milson also scored for Notre Dame.

The Hounds will play Rousseau Sports de Laval-Bourassain in one of Saturday's semifinals.

Elsewhere at the Telus Cup on Friday it was: Winnipeg 4 Laval-Bourassa 1; and Calgary 6 Moncton 2.

David Ferritto scored twice and Thomas Menechella had the other goal for Hamilton (0-4-1). The Reps knew entering Friday's game they had no chance of moving to the next round of the national midget championship.

Joel Inouye turned aside 38 shots, including 21 in the second period, for the Reps in a losing effort.

Brody Hoffman made 19 saves for Notre Dame to record the win.

Thrashers 4 Rousseau Sports 1

Winnipeg goalie Jason Kasdorf, who played just one game for the Thrashers during the Manitoba playoffs and watched teammate Brett Gagnon play every minute of his team's first four games, stopped 23 shots to beat Laval-Bourassa.

The win wraps up second place in the round robin for the Thrashers (4-1), who will face Calgary in a semifinal Saturday.

Colin Mospanchuk, Craig Scott, Jeremy Olinyk and Alex Kampen scored for Winnipeg, while Michael Hay, Brett Overwater and Nolan Zajac each had two assists.

Felipe Corbo spoiled Kasdorf's shutout bid late for Laval-Bourassa (1-2-2), which will face top-ranked Notre Dame in the first semifinal on Saturday.

Simon Giroux made 36 for the Rousseau Sports in the loss.


Buffaloes 6 Flyers 2

Chris Collins scored twice with his tournament-leading seventh and eighth goals and added an assist as Calgary capitalized on its early chances to beat Moncton.

The win moves the Buffaloes (2-1-2) into the tournament's semifinals for the second year in a row, while the Flyers saw their hopes of seeing weekend action dashed.

Moncton (1-4) carried much of the play in the first period, outshooting Calgary 13-4. But Collins scored on two of the Buffaloes' four shots to put the Flyer in an early hole.

Phil Tot, Brett Pinder and Drydn Dow scored in the second to push the Calgary lead to 5-0.

Dylan Nowakowski scored late for the Buffaloes, who will play Winnipeg in one of the semifinals Saturday.

Alex Saulnier and Joslin Gallant scored the goals for Moncton, which outshot Calgary 38-22.

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