No matter the final placement, you always want to win your last game.

That's what Balzac's Torrin White and Team Pacific did at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Ontario. The team made up of players from Alberta and British Columbia overtime to beat Team Quebec to wrap up 5th place in the tournament. Defenceman Josh Morrissey potted in the power play winner 3:14 into the extra frame.

Team Pacific finished the round robin tied for first place with Russia and the United States in Pool B, but found them selves out of the medal chase due to the tie breaker. Only the top two teams in each pool make it into the semi-finals, and the three teams looked at their Goals For and Against in the games played against the other teams in the tie break. Team Pacific's 4-2 to the United States not only helped the Americans tie their record, but it bumped the Canadian squads Goals For and Against under Russia's. 

White, who plays for the Moose Jaw Warriors in the WHL finished the tournament with one goal in 5 games, and an irreplaceable experience.

Team Ontario plays Sweden for the Bronze medal Wednesday afternoon. The United States takes on Russia later on in the evening for the Gold.