Bossier-Shreveport got goals from Steven Crampton and Jeff Kyrzakos in the first 7:39 of play Friday and won Game 7 of the Central Hockey League's Ray Miron Presidents' Cup Finals 2-1 over the Colorado Eagles.
The Mudbugs got 26 saves from John DeCaro, in front of 5,289 fans at Loveland, Colo.
The Mudbugs' equipment manager is Billy Welker, a Fort Wayne native and son of former Komets owner David Welker. Defenseman Jamie Milam is a former Komets player.
The Eagles thought they had a power-play goal scored with 4:53 remaining, but it referee Jon McIsaac waved it off, ruling that Kevin Ulanski directed it in with a high stick.
Adam Chorneyko scored for the Eagles with 1:04 remaining, with a shot from 50 feet out.
Meanwhile, what a Game 7 in the NHL, as Boston defeats Tampa Bay 1-0 in the Eastern Conference Finals. There were no penalties called in the entire game. Way to let the boys play.