This crucial win was, literally, all Hart.Mason Hartman scored two third-period goals as the Grande Peace AAA Midget Storm picked up a 3-2 win over South Side Athletic Club Athletics in Alberta Midget Hockey League (AMHL) playoff action at the Coca Cola Centre on Saturday afternoon.Hartman scored the winner at 19:58 in the third period when the forward went hard to the net, while winger Jayden Watson carried the puck alongside the left boards and tossed the puck at the cage.From there, the laws of physics took over as Hartman explained post-game.“It bounced off my skate,” Hartman said. “I skated hard, drove to the net and Watson passed it across the crease where it bounced off my skate and went it.”“I didn’t really see it,” Storm Head Coach Chris Schmidt added. “[Clayton] Brown put the puck on the wall, Watson directed the puck to the net. We talk about putting the puck to the net and there’s no different with two or three seconds left.”The winning goal started in the Storm end on a defensive zone face-off with less that 15 seconds left in the game.The Storm won the draw clean, the puck went behind the net and Brown threw the puck around the far boards where Watson picked the puck up off the dasher and skated down the left wing, while Hartman took his man to the net.“You do [have a set play off the draw] but at that point, you’re more worried about what’s going to happen on a clean loss,” Schmidt said. “In that situation, you talk about what you’re going to do but it’s the guys instinct in taking off, it’s the guys working hard, believing they can get to the puck and make a play.”With all the ballyhoo of the late-second winner—and the ensuing celebration at the final horn—there was a time in the game when the visitors took a 2-1 lead.South Side grabbed the advantage with 6:27 left in the game when Jonathan Milligan beat Storm goalie Cameron Beson high to the glove side on a short-side screen shot.The Storm tied the game 2-2 with 2:48 remaining as Brown pinched down on the left blueline and noticed Hartman all alone on the other side of the ice. Brown threaded a cross-ice pass to Hartman, who gathered the puck and wristed the disc into the empty net.“[As a group] you can be sad [about their go-ahead goal] or you can get the energy back up and go out there and do something about it,” Hartman said. “I thought we battled hard in the last six minutes and did what we could.”“I felt the guys were really great [on Saturday] in believing they could score,” Schmidt added. “When [SSAC] scored there was no panic. They just kept going. You don’t always get rewarded but on Saturday we did. They deserved a break, they’ve been working hard all year and it’s good to see.”Watson opened the scoring at 4:42 of the second period, a lead the Storm held until the visitors tied the game 19 seconds into the second period when Mitchell Verenka scored.Beson made 27 saves to get the win.