For the second straight round the Carleton Place Jr. Canadians faced a 2-0 series deficit, and trailed 2-0 in the first period of Game 3. Just like in the semi-finals, the Canadians came back to win 4-3 in overtime and now trail Casselman 2-1 in the Barkley Cup Championship Series.
After falling behind 2-0 on Sunday night, Aiden Parnell scored to cut the Vikings lead in half before the 1st intermission.
Alex Vala scored with just four seconds left in the 2nd period to tie the game heading in to the 3rd.
After Reece Bolton scored the go ahead goal, Ryan Sabourin answered for Casselman.
8:14 in to OT, Ryland Mosley scored his 3rd of the series and 16th of the playoffs to give Carleton Place the win.
Jacob Lavergne made 39 saves for the Canadians to help snap the Vikings 5 game win streak and get CP back in the series.
The Canadians are now 6-2 in the playoffs on the road, while their home record is 3-6. Game 4 is scheduled for Wednesday night in Carleton Place at 8:15pm.