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Dauphin Kings 3 Stars Of The Week

After he finished his homework before each game this week Kyle Oleksiuk scored two goals for the Dauphin Kings. 

The former Winnipeg Hawk seems to be showing up in the right place at the right time for the Kings with all his goals so far this season thanks to good positioning. 

The 16 year old is currently leading the Kings in rookie scoring with three goals. He’s tied D-man Darren Gisti (1G, 2A) in that category. Overall Oleksiuk is tied for fouth on the Kings in points so far this season.

DAUPHIN, MB - The Dauphin Kings return to Credit Union Place this week for two more games before they head out on the road for the final two weeks of October!

If you’d like to sponsor the Dauphin Kings Three Stars Of The Week, give the Kings office a call for details at 204-622-5461!

This past week the Kings didn’t win any games, but showed positives in all three of the contests they played in. On Wednesday Dauphin lost 4-2 to Neepawa, Friday they came up short in a 7-3 decision to the Winkler Flyers and on Saturday a bad start hindered the club in a 6-2 loss in Virden against the Oil Capitals. 

This week the Kings have three games. On Wednesday they’ll entertain the Swan Valley Stampeders at Credit Union Place. On Friday they’ll head south to meet the league champion Portage Terriers then turn around and come back for an affair on Saturday against the Steinbach Pistons. All start times this week are 7:30pm!

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Daniel Chartrand’s work ethic continues to be one of the best on the Dauphin Kings so far this season. 

The local forward notched a goal and two assists this past week, but the number of scoring chances his line of himself, Matty Greening and Grady Hobbs were able to generate were far more than just a handful. 

Right now Chartrand (2G, 5A) leads the Kings in points with seven through seven contests.

Matthew Greening continues to not take a shift off every night and that helped him pick up a goal and an assist this week for the Dauphin Kings. 

Greening was recently named an assistant captain of his hometown team earlier in the week and continues to be one of Dauphin’s most consistent players. 

Through seven contests Greening (1G, 3A) is third on the Kings with four points this season.