The oldest player in the Kitchener Waterloo Oldtimers Hockey League felt like a kid again after his scrappy team pulled off one final upset to win the league championship. Glenn Reist, 87 years of age and his team started a winning streak in the playoffs that took them all the way to the final. After going down 1-0 the boys fought back to tie the game on a goal by Zyg Janecki. Steve Irvine was set up by his neighbour of 30 years Ron Heipel for a 2-1 lead that would hold thanks to some game saving stops by their goalie Don Snow. A lot of heart and hustle from the rest of the squad sealed the victory despite a furious effort from the opposing team.