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LONDON, Ont. -- Quarterback Will Finch threw for 252 yards and three touchdowns, and Yannick Harou rushed in two scores as the No. 1 Western Mustangs claimed their 30th Yates Cup championship with a 51-22 victory over the Queens Gaels on Saturday. Finch found Matt Uren -- who was awarded the Dalt White Trophy as the Yates Cup MVP -- seven times for 128 yards and two touchdowns. Receiver Brian Marshall had 43 yards and a touchdown. Western kicker Liram Hajrullahu was perfect on four field-goal attempts, including one from 49 yards. "Our whole team played awesome," Finch said. "My O-line bought me so much time and the receivers made some fantastic catches, so thats all you can ask for as a quarterback." Gaels quarterback Billy McPhee was 21 for 35 for 275 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Receivers Doug Corby and Justin Chapdelaine each had 82 yards and a touchdown. Queens was 7-1 in the OUA regular season with its only loss coming against the Mustangs at TD Waterhouse Stadium. Western is undefeated. "Our goal was to get to the Yates Cup game, many of the kids would have been disappointed had we not got here," said Queens head coach Pat Sheahan. "We did get here and we competed for a championship. Sometimes you have to win some big games on the road and these were the two we couldnt win against the best team." The No. 4 Gaels put up a 5-3 lead after the first quarter, but the Mustangs exploded for 45 straight points to put the game out of reach. Queens sparked its offence in the fourth quarter as McPhee hooked up with Chapdelaine for a score and two-point conversion to bring the game to 51-21. The Gaels added a rouge for the final score. The Gaels Justin Baronaitis led all defensive players on the day with 13.5 tackles while Westerns Preston Huggins had eight tackles and an interception. The victory marks Western head coach Greg Marshalls 18th Yates Cup. Marshall has hoisted the trophy four times as head coach of the Mustangs, four times as head coach at McMaster, seven times as a Mustangs assistant coach and three times as a Western player. Western travels to McMahon Stadium in Calgary to take on the Hardy Cup champion Dinos for the CIS Mitchell Bowl next Saturday. --- DINOS 43 BISONS 28 At Calgary, running back Mercer Timmins rushed for 279 yards and two touchdowns to lead Calgary to its sixth consecutive Hardy Cup with a convincing win over Manitoba. Quarterback Andrew Buckley had 262 passing yards and two touchdowns in the Canada West final. --- MOUNTIES 20 HUSKIES 17 At Halifax, receiver Josh Blanchard had 71 yards and a touchdown and quarterback Brandon Leyh threw for 245 yards to lead Mount Allison past Saint Marys in the AUS championship Loney Bowl. 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"I can tell you, (a decision) shouldnt take all that long," NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told the Globe and Mail.While the Tampa Bay Lightning seek to match a season-high five-game win streak set from Dec. 15-23, the Ottawa Senators will by hoping to avoid going five straight games without a victory for the first time since a 0-3-2 drought from Oct. 25-Nov. 3 when the two teams meet Thursday night. Ottawa is 0-2-2 in its last four games and sits seven points back of the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference. The Senators lost their fourth in a row at home with Tuesdays 8-4 setback to the New York Rangers. Both Ottawa goaltenders struggled, with starter Robin Lehner stopping just 23-of-28 shots in his third straight start. Nathan Lawson made 10-of-12 saves in relief during the third period before exiting with an injury and forcing Lehner back into the game. Mike Hoffman, Mika Zibanejad, Milan Michalek and Bobby Ryan all had goals for the Senators. "I think were generating some offense but, again, were turning over the puck and putting our goalie in a tough spot and they havent been able to make the save," said Senators coach Paul MacLean. "We have to work to get open, we have to play for one another and we have to find them when theyre open." With No. 1 goaltender Craig Anderson still out with a bruised left shoulder and Lawson now day-to-day with a lower-body issue, the Senators recalled netminder Andrew Hammond from the minors. The Senators lost their first two meetings with the Lightning this season, both in Tampa, before handing the Bolts a fifth straight loss in Ottawa with a 5-3 decision on Jan. 30. Ryan and Kyle Turris both had a goal and an assist, while Anderson made 35 saves. The Lightning meanwhile, will try to match their longest winning streak of the season. The Lightning have followed up a five-game losing streak by winning four straight, including Wednesdays big divisional meeting with the Toronto Maple Leafs.dddddddddddd Steven Stamkos notched a natural hat trick in the 5-3 victory, giving him five goals in his last four games. The forward has 19 goals and 30 points in just 24 games this season, having missed time with a broken leg. Stamkos had a solid homecoming, posting his second hat trick of the season and seventh of his career. "There might have been a little extra energy coming back home and playing this game in front of family and friends," Stamkos, a native of nearby Markham, Ontario said. "Especially with the magnitude of the game and how tight we are in the playoff race." Radko Gudas and Tyler Johnson had goals, Ryan Malone and Valtteri Filppula notched two assists each and Ben Bishop came up with 36 saves, including 21 in the third period. The game did see a scary incident in the final seconds of the first period when Tampa forward Alex Killorn was issued a major for boarding and a game misconduct for a hit on Leafs defenseman Paul Ranger. Ranger was immobilized and removed from the arena on a stretcher. He was taken to a local hospital for observation, and the Leafs stated later that Ranger was in stable condition, conscious and alert. "Pretty unfortunate," Killorn said. "Happy that he is OK. I heard through the PR and stuff that he is doing all right now. Its kind of a scary moment, one of those plays where I commit to hit someone without knowing if they are going to turn, so its just an unfortunate play." The victory moved the Lightning into a tie with the Montreal Canadiens for second place in the Atlantic Division with 83 points. That is three ahead of the fourth-place Maple Leafs. Both Bishop and Filppula suffered injuries in that meeting for the Lighting. 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