Clarenville Caribous' big win lands them in Allan Cup final

The Clarenville Caribous have advanced to the Allan Cup finals in Dundas, Ontario.

The Clarenville Caribous have advanced to the Allan Cup finals.

Chris Hulit had two goals to lead the Caribous to a 5-1 victory yesterday over the Bentley Generals, at this year`s tournament in Dundas, Ontario.

Clarenville goalie Jason Churchill was a key part of the victory, making 34 saves and allowing only one goal. 

Clarenville also got points from Cam Fergus, who registered a goal and an assist, and Dustin Russell and Dale Sullivan, who each scored a goal. 

Clarenville will play the host team, the Dundas Real McCoys, in the championship. The game is slated for Saturday afternoon at 4:30 island time.

The Allan Cup is awarded to the top amateur men's ice hockey team in Canada each year.