By Carter Brooks

Photo courtesy of the Fort Garry Twins

It was a wild start to the week in the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League, as Monday saw three separate trades involving three teams.

By Bill Burfoot

Photo courtesy of the St. James Canucks

In one of the biggest Game 7 comebacks in Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League history, the Pembina Valley Twisters rallied from four goals down to beat the St. James Canucks 5-4 and hoist the Jack McKenzie Trophy as MMJHL champions Wednesday night.

By Bill Burfoot

Photo courtesy of the St. James Canucks

The St. James Canucks picked up their third overtime win of the postseason on Wednesday night, opening up the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League final with a 4-3 win over the Pembina Valley Twisters.

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