The Burnaby Winter Club scored a Western Canadian bantam AAA double, winning the region title following a 3-0 victory over Alberta champion South Side Athletic Club in April.
Mathew Barzal, who scored a goal into the empty net, was named the Burnaby's game star.
Western Canada tournament scoring leader Ty Ronning also pulled off some history of his own, matching the exploits of his father, Cliff, a former 18year veteran of the NHL.
Both Ty and Cliff were the top scorers and named most sportsmanlike players following their respective midget championships - a most unlikely double. Cliff was a member of the 1983 Air Canada Cup-winning team - B.C.'s first national midget hockey title.
BWC was unbeaten at the Westerns.
Earlier, the winter club won the B.C. Tier 1 provincial championships in Kamloops with a 6-5 victory over the Cloverdale Colts.
The regular season champion winter club Bruins allowed the Colts to claw back leads of 3-0 and 5-3 before Barzal, the first overall WHL bantam pick, tallied the game-winner.
The victory followed an earlier 5-3 loss to Cloverdale in round-robin play at the provincials.
The Colts, runner-up finishers to the Bruins in the Tier 1 regular season, defeated the winter club 62 in the earlier Pacific Coast playoff final. Cloverdale also beat Burnaby 3-1 before going on to win the John Reid memorial AAA tournament in St. Albert, Alta. in January.
"It doesn't really matter, those other ones (losses)," said head coach John Batchelor. "It's the one at the end that matters."