Two key figures from Saturday night’s double-overtime state Class A hockey championship were named finalists for the Travis Roy Award, along with two other players.

Sam Canales, who assisted on the winning goal in Thornton Academy’s 4-3 victory over Lewiston, is one of the finalists.

Cam Poussard, the stellar All-State goalie from Lewiston, is another. He made 26 saves Saturday, keeping the Blue Devils in the game.

The other two finalists are Biddeford defenseman Nick Gagne and St. Dominic forward Alex Parker.

The award, given to the top senior Class A boys’ hockey player in the state, will be presented in two weeks. The award is voted on by the Maine Class A Hockey Coaches Association.

Canales, who will be playing baseball for Bowdoin College next year, was one of Thornton’s leaders.

A strong defensive forward, he also had seven goals and 13 assist.

In Saturday’s title game, Canales stopped a pass from coming out of the Lewiston zone and fired a shot on net that was re-directed by junior C.J. Maksut for the winning goal.

Poussard has been a force for the Blue Devils. He recorded a 0.73 goals-against average during the season and a 96 save percentage.

Only the state’s best Class A teams, Thornton, Biddeford and St. Dom’s, scored more than one goal against him.

Gagne led a Biddeford defense that was one of the best in the state, allowing 1.35 goals a game. He also recorded four goals and nine assists.

Parker is one of the leading Class A scorers in the state with 20 goals and 19 assists, leading the Saints to the Eastern A title game the past two years.