Hundreds of fans lined Main Street today on what organizers call 'The Road to Victory' to give the Warriors a proper send-off as they hit the road to face off against the Saskatoon Blades tomorrow night for game seven of the WHL Eastern Conference Championships. 

The series is tied 3-3 following the Warriors 4-3 overtime victory over the Saskatoon Blades last night at the Moose Jaw Events Centre. 

As the Moose Jaw Warriors bus rounded the corner onto Main Street the crowd erupted in cheers. Vehicles blared their horns, and the Warriors police escort went full lights and sirens as they departed. 

“It’s been exciting, let’s hold our breath for a little bit and just count to three and give them our best wishes. Especially to this game seven,” said Warriors fan, Kerri Olson. “Really looking forward to seeing the guys out there, it’s been an excellent year.” 

Olson is a long-time fan and is optimistic about the outcome heading into tomorrow’s game. 

“(I’m) quite delighted in the results this year. I said right from the beginning, I said this is the year.” said Olson. 

Olson says he hopes tomorrow’s game doesn’t turn into an overtime nailbiter. Telling the Warriors to: 

“Do like they have most of the year, get in there and show them who’s boss!” 

Spirits were high on the street, nowhere more so than with Warriors Superfan, Jaysen Thiele. 

“They made it out of that last OT with Lynden Lakovic’s goal, and I think they really deserve to win this,” said Thiele. 

Thiele spoke about the odds of game seven going into overtime tomorrow. 

“They made it five out of six games, they went into overtime, so they probably will,”  

Thiele says he has caught most of the Warriors games this year and is ready to go see them play in the finals. 

The Moose Jaw Warriors play their pivotal game tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the Sasktel Centre, you can catch all the action on Country 100 with Voice of the Warriors, James Gallo. The pre-game show starts at 6:40.