The Clarenville Caribous are the 2011 Allan Cup champions.
The won the title with a 5-3 win over the Bentley Generals earlier tonight in Kenora, Ontario.
The Caribous, with a number of players from the Conception Bay North CeeBees on the roster went undefeated in the week-long tournament.
Dale Sullivan got the Caribous on the board at 4:02 of the opening period on a powerplay marker. Travis Chapman and Dustin Russell picked up the assists.
The 'Bous made good on another powerplay chance when Chapman put the puck into the Bentley net at 7:42 of the period. Dustin Russell and Scott Brophy each got assists on the play.
Just over a minute later Brandon Roach notched a marker to put the Caribous up 3-0.
With just over a minute left in the period Bentley Generals got on the scoreboard when Joe Vandermeer scored on a powerplay. Travis Brigley and Darryl Laplante each got assists.
The teams headed to their respective dressing rooms at the end of the period with the Caribous holding a 3-1 lead.
At 4:45 of the second Brad Crann put the Caribous up by a three goal margin when he fired the puck behind Generals goaaltender Scott Galenza.
But the Generals got their offence going again at 8:59 of the second when Curtis Austring fired the puck into the net to close the gap to 4-2.
With just over three minutes left in the period Don Morrison scored a powerplay goal to put the Bentley Generals within one goal of tying the game.
Bentley pressed hard in the third but couldn't find the back of the net. In a last ditch effort they pulled their goaltender in favour of an extra attacker but the move backfired.
Caribous captain Dustin Russell managed to put the puck in the net with 9 seconds left in the period to secure the win.
Jason Churchill put in another strong performance for the Caribous stopping 39 of the 42 shots he faced.
Bentley netminder GAlenza stopped 18 of the 22 shots that came his way.
More than 2,000 fans took in the game.