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Dauphin Kings 3 Stars Of The Week

It was another good week for Dauphin Kings goaltender Brandon Holtby.

Over the weekend Holtby stopped 71 of 75 shots and finished with a 1.97 Goals Against Average and a .947 Save Percentage. 

This season overall Holtby’s number are impressive on a Kings team that sits 10th in the League Standings. 

Right now Holtby has a record of 12-23 but his Goals Against Average is 3.17 and his Save Percentage is an excellent .915. The Regina product has also been named a game’s first start nine times this season including Saturday’s 5-2 win. 

DAUPHIN, MB – The Dauphin Kings completed their final home games of the season last week as the club gets set to head into off season after this week. 

In case you missed it last week the Kings took part in just two games, both against the Steinbach Pistons.

On Friday night Dauphin skated to a hard fought 2-1 overtime loss to the Pistons. Then on Saturday the Kings played a strong final home game in front of a great crowd in a 5-2 victory over the league’s top ranked team. 

When it comes to action this week the Kings have two games. On Friday Dauphin will head south to Neepawa to skate with the Natives. Then on Saturday they’ll be in Winnipeg to face the Blues for the final game of their regular season. Friday’s game is a 7:30pm start while Saturday’s is 7:00pm!

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Two Dauphin Kings players quietly went about their business and had a good week for their club. 

Ian Briscoe is the first. The Winnipeg product quietly put up three assists in the Kings’ 5-2 victory over the Steinbach Pistons. 

Briscoe has been solid since joining the Kings in January and currently has 16 points on his short season in the MJHL. That total is in just 22 games. 

Kyle was the second King to quietly have a good week for Dauphin. 

The 16 year old from Winnipeg put up a goal and two assists for the Kings, scoring in Friday’s tilt and grabbing two assists in Saturday’s affair. 

Oleksiuk is second on the Kings in rookie scoring behind Riese Gaber with nine goals and 12 points on the campaign.