Harris gets top nod, Malay and Boudreau join

Jayden Harris continues to lead the Kings offensively and he’s this week’s first star on the Parkland Source for Sports Three Stars of the Week.

1st Star: Jayden Harris

Excluding Monday’s game which is not included this week, Harris had four assists last week.

In the team’s dominant win over Neepawa on Friday night, Jayden had three assists as the club picked up a 5-1 win. Harris continues to use his speed to win battles and he’s finding a way to get the puck in a great place for his teammates to score. The following night in a 6-4 loss against Waywayseecappo, Jayden notched one assist.

Harris was also one of three Kings that were named to the MJHL Top Prospects Showcase roster, that event takes place later this month.

2nd Star: Jovan Malay

In his first year with the Kings and final year of junior hockey, Jovan continues to be one of the team’s top penalty killers. He’s also starting to show off the offensive side of his game as he opened the scoring in OCN last Tuesday. Then he added a helper in Saturday’s defeat.

In 18 games this season, Jovan has four goals and nine assists. A very impressive stat when it comes to Jovan is his ability to stay out of the penalty box. Pair how much he plays with how often he’s in a battle with his opponent, Malay has just four penalty minutes this season. He’s loving Dauphin and he’s looking forward to continuing to help the team win games.

3rd Star: Blake Boudreau

‘Showtime’. Blake has great speed and great hands. He put those two together on Saturday as he recorded his biggest game as a King with two goals.

Every game Boudreau seems to get multiple chances to put the puck in the back of the net. He’s already tough to stop and if he continues to get chances which he certainly will, Boudreau could begin to dominate.

He has five goals and six assists in 11 games played. He missed multiple games because of a lower-body injury but he’s back and he’s ready to go.

On top of this week’s three stars, Cole Sheffield gets honourable mention status. The 18-year-old from London made 38 saves on Friday against Neepawa which included one of the nicest saves you may ever see in the second period.

Season-long standings:

Five points are up for grabs for the first star each week, three points go for the second star and a single point is up for grabs for the third star

After week 7: