TISDALE — The Tisdale Trojans couldn't penetrate the defenses of the Cantonniers de Magog in their first game at the national Telus Cup.
The April 22 game in Thunder Bay saw the Trojans defeated by the Quebec-based team 6-0.
Nothing got past the Trojans' Tanner Martin in the first period. He stopped 17 shots on his goal. On the other side of the rink, Olivier Adam stopped 10 shots from the Trojans.
Tisdale was unable to take advantage of the four penalties Magog amassed in the second period. Instead, the Cantonniers managed to get a goal onto the score clock, followed by a shorthanded goal soon after.
It was the third period that saw the floodgates open for Magog, as they scored two power play goals and two regular goals.
Martin stopped 32 out of 38 shots on his net, while Adam stopped all 31 shots made by the Trojans.
The Trojans' next game is against the Thunder Bay Kings. It will be held April 23 at 5:30 pm Saskatchewan time.