The Okotoks Bisons winning ways continue as they beat the Medicine Hat Cubs 3-2 Tuesday night.
They did it in dramatic fashion too as they were down 2-0 heading into the third period.
Alaister Standen scored a short-handed goal early in the third period with Jaevon Buschlen adding a power play goal and then Scott Brown scored with just over two minutes left in the game to seal the deal.
They swept the Medicine Hat Cubs in four straight games in the Heritage B Junior Hockey League to clinch the South Division title.
They're the only team in the HJHL playoffs that have yet to lose a game as they have an 8-0 record in this season's playoffs.
They now have some time to rest up and get set to defend their HJHL Championship.
They will face off against the winner of the north division final.
It has the Airdrie Thunder and Sylvan Lake Wranglers battling it out in their series which is all tied up at two-games apiece.