The Cochrane Chaos are determined to successfully defend their AJFHL provincial championship against the Edmonton Wolves.

The Chaos came from behind to beat the Lethbridge Eagles, 4-3, on Mar. 2 to wrap up the AJFHL south series two games straight.

The Chaos were behind 3-2 heading into the third. They scored the equalizer midway through the third before punching the winner on a powerplay with 6:28 remaining.

The Edmonton Wolves also won the north championship against the Sherwood Park Steele two games straight.

"It just seems like the right thing to have that the top two teams from both divisions playing for the provincial championship," says Chaos head coach Derek Loomer. "Our girls are excited to go up against them and really test how good we can be."

The best-of-five series kicks off Mar. 9 and 10 at the Castledowns Rec Centre in Edmonton. Game three is in Cochrane on Mar. 16.

Edmonton beat Cochrane in both of their matchups this season. The Wolves were winning 3-1 when Cochrane suffered a power outage and the game was called.

"The Wolves have never really got to see what we can do when we're at the top of our game," says Loomer.  "I think we saw them at the top of their game, and we just have to adjust. If we can come in and cause them a little bit of pressure that they haven't seen through the year, maybe we can turn it around and get a little bit of an advantage."

Last year, the two teams were on a collision course to meet in the finals until the Wolves were upset by the Steele. The Chaos went on to win their first provincial championship against the Steele, winning three straight games after losing the series opener at home.

The Wolves finished at the top of the league, closely followed by the Chaos, who had twice as many points as all the south division teams.