The Warriors travelled to Liverpool on March 25 to play the Cougars for the Western Nova Minor Hockey League Atom B title.
While Queens was up 3-0 early in the second period, the Warriors rallied - by the end of the second, it was 6-4 for Queens.
But the third period belonged to the Warriors, and they tied it up with about 10 minutes left in the game. They got the go-ahead goal with only four minutes left.
Two minutes remained and a penalty against the Warriors was called - seizing the opportunity the Cougars pulled their goalie for a two-man advantage, but the Warriors held on.
As the buzzer went, the Warriors celebrated their come-from-behind 7-6 victory, league championship and gold medal.
This wraps up an incredible season for the Atom B team, winning silver at the Acadia tournament in December (Bedford Blue won gold), having a perfect 16-0 regular season, winning gold at the Birthplace of hockey tournament in March and clinching the League title on March 25.
The only blemish on their season was a 4-3 loss to Queens in the deciding game of a best of 3 in the provincial playdowns.