Dakota Boutin scores game-winner in Telus Cup

Prince Albert's Dakota Boutin scores in triple overtime letting the Mintos win the Telus Cup midget hockey tournament on the weekend. The national tournament was held all week in Moose jaw. (Telus Cup/Hockey Canada)

It took a record-setting 108 minutes, but a Saskatchewan midget hockey team has come out on top as Canadian champs.

The Prince Albert Mintos defeated the Grenadiers from Châteauguay 4-3 Sunday for the Telus Cup.

The gold medal game of the national midget boys tournament held in Moose Jaw was a marathon going into triple overtime.

At the 108 minute, 36 second mark,  Dakota Boutin scored for P.A.

It was the longest game in tournament history.

It's the third time Prince Albert has won the national midget championship.

Gold-medal weekend for women, too

Meanwhile, there was gold medal glory on the weekend as well for a Saskatchewan women's midget hockey team.

The Weyburn Gold Wings defeated the Edmonton Thunder 2-1 to take the the Esso Cup.

The championship game was held Saturday at the Gateway Ice Centre in Stoney Creek, Ont.