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Moose Jaw Warriors win first WHL championship in 40-year franchise history

The Moose Jaw Warriors made history on Wednesday night by winning the team's first-ever Western Hockey League (WHL) championship.

Moose Jaw clinched the title with a 4-2 victory over the Portland Winterhawks to complete the series sweep in front of a sold-out home crowd.

Warriors captain Denton Mateychuk was named WHL playoff MVP after leading all defencemen in scoring with 30 points.

He said it's unbelievable to celebrate a WHL championship with his teammates.

"It's super special to win with all the brothers that I have in that room,you know I got 25 of them," Mateychuk said after Game 4.

"We're so excited."

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Jackson Unger made 24 saves in game four to help the Warriors secure its first Ed Chynoweth Cup. The goalie said he's never experienced anything like winning four straight games in the WHL final.

"This is so special, this has got to be the best moment of my hockey career by far, even my life," Unger said. "This feeling is incomparable."

Moose Jaw had only made it to the WHL Championship Series once in its 40 year history prior to this season. The Warriors got swept by the Vancouver Giants in 2006.

Moose Jaw forward Atley Calvert grew up going to Warriors games with his family. He said it means a lot to be part of the team that finally won a championship for his hometown.