Oshawa Generals and Kelowna Rockets will play the final game of the Canadian Hockey League season on Sunday in the championship game of the 2015 Memorial Cup in Quebec City.
The Mastercard Memorial Cup final on Sunday between the Oshawa Generals and Kelowna will defensive struggle where the Rockets’ Leon Draisaitl will have to battle for every centimetre of space.
Oshawa Generals will play into the Memorial Cup with the best record in the CHL (51-11-2-4), have already clinched a spot in the semifinals.
“Certainly their top line is probably the best line in the tournament,” Smith said, referring to Draisaitl between Rourke Chartier and Nick Merkley. “It’s two fast, physical teams going at it,” said Draisaitl, who leads the tournament with seven points in four games. “So it’s not going to be a run-and-gun game.
Rockets’ attack will be pumped up after a 9-3 win over the host Quebec Remparts in the semifinal on Friday night.