Devin Phillips was masterful in goal, turning away shot after shot from Montgomery Bell, as Brentwood won a record-breaking sixth Predators Cup title.
The Big Red dominated Brentwood, thanks mostly to Luke Haley, to force a second, winner-take-all final.
Franklin-Hume Fogg-BGA had a four-goal third period to force the winner-take-all "if necessary" game against Pope John Paul II-CPA-GCA.
Jett Wilson had a hat trick as Franklin grabbed the second spot in the Henry Hine Cup Final.
40 of GNASH's best players blew off some steam at Ford Ice Center in Antioch.
Kal Essenmacher scored twice, as the Bruins advanced to their third straight Preds Cup Final.
The Knights scored all three of their goals in the third period to advance to the Hine Cup Final.
Nate Nowlin scored twice to keep the Cougars' season alive.
33 of this season's graduating seniors had some fun at Ford Ice Center in Bellevue.
Anthony Paponetti had a hat trick as the Bears lived to play another day.
Dylan Williams scored with 56 seconds left to keep Centennial in the playoffs and knock Hendersonville out.
Ben Biron scored twice, including the overtime winner, as the Bruins came back from 4-2 down to beat the Raptors.
Leading scorers Peter Faulkner and Xavier Tanner each scored twice as the Fighting Irish stayed in the Winners' Bracket. PLEASE NOTE: We got knocked off-air for about 40 seconds during the second period, so, if the audio suddenly drops, wait until it comes back.
Nick Cervera had a hat trick as the 6 seeded Speagles upset the 3 seed.
The unrelated Sullivans combined for three goals as the Knights finished their regular season with win number six.
Michael Hackney recaps all of Wednesday's GNASH action in the finale of this limited-run series.
Brennan Roach scored twice, and Will Morrison had the game-winner, as the Big Red clinched their third GNASH Cup.
Michael Hackney recaps Monday's holiday-reduced action, where the remaining longshot managed to keep their title hopes alive.
Michael Hackney reviews Wednesday's action, where the GNASH Cup race took its biggest turn yet.
Ethan Pustizzi scored the game-winner with 11.1 seconds to go to allow the Bruins to avenge their December loss to the Bears.