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The Big One 2022: Championship Sunday

By YHH Staff , 05/08/22, 11:15AM CDT


Title-game box scores, final standings and scoring leaders from this year's tournament.

Championship Box Scores

2008: Blue Army Selects 2, 218 Hockey 1

The Big One 2022 2008 Division champions, Blue Army Selects

Blue Army goaltender Sam Clements made nearly 30 saves in Sunday's championship win over 218 Hockey.

2009: Blue Army 7, Black Bears 5

The Big One 2022 2009 Division champions, Blue Army

Keiran Jones had two goals and two assists for Blue Army in their Championship win over the Black Bears.

2010: Black Bears 7, SDP 2

The Big One 2022 2010 Division champions, Black Bears

Owen Feldhaus recorded a hat trick in the Black Bears' win over SDP on Sunday.

2011: Pryme Tyme Selects 6, Blue Army 0

The Big One 2022 2011 Division champions, Pryme Tyme Selects

Edward Smith had two goals and two assists for Pryme Tyme Selects Navy on Sunday.

2012: Thieves 37's 11, SDP 3

The Big One 2022 2012 Division champions, Thieves 37's

2012 Division MVP Ezra Riskey celebrates after scoring one of his six goals in Sunday's championship game.

2013: Minnesota Blades 3, SDp 2

The Big One 2022 2013 Division champions, Minnesota Blades Maroon

Minnesota Blades Maroon's Sean Murphy was named Most Valuable Player after his performance this weekend.

Sunday Game List

John Whisler scores the game winner for Blue Army in its shootout victory over the MN Lakers.

Owen Feldhaus had two goals and an assist for the Black Bears and earns Tournament MVP.

Final Standings

Final Scoring Leaders

Henry Corwin celebrates after his goal for the Thieves as they defeat SDP to win the championship.

The MN Blades celebrate with Sean Murphy after he scores the game winning goal in overtime to win the Championship.

The '09 Black Bears celebrate after scoring in overtime on Sunday morning to advance to the division championship.

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