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VIDEO: Anthony Cirelli clinches Memorial Cup for Oshawa Generals with overtime winner

Mathieu Belanger / Reuters

It's all over, folks.

The Oshawa Generals are the 2015 Memorial Cup champions.

In a contest that lived up to all expectations, the Generals defeated the Kelowna Rockets 2-1 on Sunday thanks to an overtime winner from forward Anthony Cirelli.

Oshawa Generals win the #MCMemorialCup. Anthony Cirelli with the winner!

The 17-year-old scored both goals in the contest to give the Generals the victory.

Here's captain Josh Brown lifting the Memorial Cup:

#Gens captain Josh Brown (Panthers prospect) receives the #MCMemorialCup

With the win, Oshawa earned its first Memorial Cup title since 1990 when Eric Lindros was the team's big gun.

Edmonton Oilers prospect Leon Draisaitl of the Rockets was named the Memorial Cup MVP.

The hockey game was the last to ever be played at Le Colisee in Quebec.

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