The Fort Saskatchewan Junior B Hawks aren’t done.
 
On the brink of elimination, the Hawks came out with one of their best performances of the year against the Beverly Warriors on Wednesday night (Mar.7).
 
Luke Farrell gave the Hawks a 1-0 lead in the first period and Landon Lavallee would add the other two, as the Hawks held on for a 3-1 win.
 
"We just have to out work them. They're a hard working team, they don't have a lot of guys up in the running for points or anything like that," said captain Mason Younger.
 
Micah Bonneville made 27 saves, including a pair of incredible stops late in the third to help maintain the lead.
 
"Now that it's down to my last few games ever, it's just reminding the guys that if they bite down, skate a little bit harder and they make my last few games more enjoyable and extend my season longer, they'll know what it feels like when they're in my shoes," added Younger.
 
The Warriors lead the best-of-seven series 3-1.
 
Game five goes in Edmonton on Friday.
 
 

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