The Memorial Cup hosts, the Shawinigan Cataractes, are also the Memorial Cup Champions after a 2-1 overtime win against Dale Hunter's London Knights.
As a result, Habs' prospects Michael Bournival and Morgan Ellis can now stake claim to the most prestigious prize in junior hockey.
With an assist on the game winning goal, Michael Bournival vaulted into fifth in scoring with seven points in six games. Meanwhile, Morgan Ellis assisted on the first Shawinigan goal and was named the game's second star.
First-round selections Jarred Tinordi and Nathan Beaulieu were also part of the tournament.
Brendan Gallagher and Patrick Holland both had strong offensive seasons in the WHL.
With all of that in mind, has this year's performance by Canadiens' prospects made you feel optimistic about the upcoming season?
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