Hockey fans in central Newfoundland are glowing on the heels of the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts' home-ice victory in the annual senior men's hockey championship.

The Cataracts received the Herder Memorial Trophy on Saturday night, winning the series 4-2 over the Clarenville Caribous.

Rob Hennigar scored in overtime to clinch Saturday night's win, prompting fans to flood the ice.

Sammy Hounsell

Sammy Hounsell: 'We're going to enjoy this one.' (CBC)

"It feels unbelievable," said defenceman Sammy Hounsell.

"It's great to get another win. It's a tight one. It was a great series, so we're going to enjoy this one," he said. 

Fan Janice Rice was thrilled to see the Cataracts win.

"[It] couldn't be any better," Rice said. "It's the best thing ever," added her friend, Rosalyn Burton.

The Cataracts last won the Herder in 2011.