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Lane Michasiw makes a save as the Prince Albert Mintos earn first place in the preliminary round of the Telus Cup, underway in Moose Jaw. (Andy Devlin/Hockey Canada Images)

A Saskatchewan midget hockey team is fighting to become the top in the country Sunday, and they're playing for the title in their home province. 

The Prince Albert Mintos are facing off against the Grenadiers from Chateauguay for the Telus Cup.

The national midget boys tournament has been running all week at Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw.

The Mintos beat the Okanagan Rockets 6-3 in a Saturday semifinal match to make it into the championship game. The Mintos' Lance Yaremchuk notched a hat trick in the game to put Prince Albert ahead.