GDI would like to wish the best of Luck to GDI goalies Cory Koop, Zach Rakochy and GDI Development Coordinator Dan "Fergy" Ferguson The Steinbach Pistons are one win away from the Turnbull Trophy! Justin Dalebozik scored in double overtime, leading the Steinbach Pistons to a 4-3 win over the Dauphin Kings to take a 3-2 lead in the MJHL Championships. "It's tough to put to words," says Pistons Head Coach Paul Dyck. "It's a huge win for us today. It's a pivotal game in the series. We have never won in this building before and it couldn't have happened at a better time." When Dalebozik wasn't scoring goals it was Corey Koop making game saving stop after game saving stop, coming up with a key toe save while stretched across the crease in the first overtime period to prevent Dauphin's Jeff Archibald from scoring the game winner. "You can't say enough about Koop," Dyck said. "He really elevated and led our team. When we have had lulls in games he has kept us in. He's a rock for us and is level zero and gives us an opportunity to win." Dalebozik pulled a Dan Taillefer Monday night, scoring a hat-trick along with the game winner in overtime. Taillefer accomplished that feat in game 4, while Dalebozik followed it up in game 5. The 20 year-old forward from Treherne has been the Pistons most consistent player right throughout the playoffs, scoring points in 14 of 18 post-season games. He has totaled 10G/15A for 25 points in 18 games, which puts him tops in the MJHL playoff scoring race. Dalebozik put the Pistons on the scoreboard first, scoring his 8th of the playoffs at 17:02 on the power play. The Pistons are 8-4 in the playoffs when they score first, while the Kings are just 2-3 when they fall behind earlier. Steinbach's first period lead didn't live long, as the Kings quickly rebounded with Daulton Siwak scoring his 8th of the post-season with just 45 seconds left in the period. Dauphin then took the lead at 8:34 of the second when their power play specialist Tanner Butler sent a rocket from the point on a 5-on-3 power play for his 7th of the playoffs, 6th with the man advantage. This time the Pistons tied the game back up in the final minutes of frame, Dalebozik tallied his 9th of the post-season on a nifty backhand from just outside the blue ice off a pass from Justin Augert sitting against the back boards. Thief River Falls native Riley Soderstrom scored his first goal of the playoffs to give the Pistons the lead at 11:06 of the third. But again, the Pistons lead didn't last long as the Kings continued to tilt the ice in their favour scoring just under three minutes later when Guillaume Naud, the MJHL player of the year scored his 6th of the playoffs to tie the game. Despite getting out shot 14-4 in the final period, the Pistons were able to hold off until overtime, where Dalebozik found space in behind the Dauphin defense, squeezing the puck between Jeremy Pominville's legs for his third goal of the game. The Credit Union Place was dead silent, except for the fifty or so Steinbach Pistons fans who made the trek to cheer on their team. Pistons fans won't have to worry about driving back to Dauphin this year because game number 7 if necessary, will be hosted in Brandon because of a trade show in Dauphin this weekend. The Pistons will have a shot at winning the MJHL Championship on home-ice Wednesday evening 7:30pm at the T.G. Smith Centre. Written by Kevin Geisheimer on Tuesday, 16 April 2013 as it appears on