By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor
Grosse Pointe South and Muskegon Mona Shores traded leads for three periods March 10, 2007, before taking the Division 2 championship game to overtime.
The following 6 minutes and 46 seconds belonged to the Blue Devils, who fired all seven shots on goal taken in extra time and clinched their first MHSAA Finals championship in ice hockey when Tim Shield rushed the net and wristed home the game-winner.
“It was unbelievable,” Shield told the Detroit Free Press after the 4-3 victory. “Unreal.
“Chance after chance, it wouldn’t go in. By that time, we knew it was coming.”
See below for coverage of the game-winner from the NFHS Network.