Brett Piper played well in all three games for the Dauphin Kings last week, scoring two goals and adding an assist.
Piper had numerous chances in all three games last week and was arguably Dauphin’s best player in the club’s 4-3 loss to the Neepawa Natives on Wednesday.
The Cartier, Manitoba forward is fifth in rookie scoring on the Kings with five goals and six assists this season. Five of his 11 points have come in the last nine games.
DAUPHIN, MB – A quieter week in the schedule for the Dauphin Kings as the regular season begins to wind down.
This week the Kings will take part in just two games, both happening on Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm.
On Friday Dauphin is home to the Steinbach Pistons. The game is sponsored by Catalyst Credit Union and they will be giving fans a chance to win some cash by playing FREEZE-bee on the ice during the second intermission. For more details and to enter for a chance to take part, check Catalyst Credit Union’s Facebook Page! Friday’s game will also feature the Home Hardware Tennis Ball Toss in the first intermission!
On Saturday the Kings play their final regular season game at home when they meet the Pistons for the back end of a double header. Saturday night will feature the Health Basics Puck Toss and the FINAL White Dove Water Company Frozen T-Shirt contest! Also, the Kings will name their regular season award winners throughout the game, so be sure to grab a seat for the final home games of the regular season!
Both Friday & Saturday will also be the first chance for fans to sign up for season tickets for the Kings’ 50th Anniversary Season! Check back Tuesday for price details and more!
A good week for 17 year old forward Brendan Arnold. He picked up a goal and two assists in the Kings three games.
The Winnipeg product has picked up his pace as of late, a good sign as the long MJHL season winds down. In his last five games he has four points (2G, 2A).
Arnold is fourth on the Kings in rookie scoring with four goals and nine assists for 13 points this season.
Keaton Leininger also had a goal and two assists in three games last week for the Kings.
The 20 year old American forward has six points in his last seven outings.
Leininger will enter the final two weeks of the season leading the Kings in scoring with 22 goals and 21 assists for 43 points. He’s five ahead of Ashton Clark.