Dauphin Kings 3 Stars Of The Week

Trevor Selk took part in one game and one period last week, but had a big enough impact to make it as second star of the week. 

Selk had one goal and two assists during his week before having to leave Saturday’s game in Virden with an upper body injury.

The East Grand Forks, Minnesota product leads Kings D-men in scoring with four goals and 14 assists for 18 points in 44 games.

Howard Yawit played well for the Kings last week, making an impact in Tuesday’s game against the OCN Blizzard and Saturday’s tilt in Virden. 

The Alaskan forward had a goal and an assist last week and was key in Dauphin’s physical presence in both OCN and Virden. 

Yawit has three goals and seven assists this season but has picked up three points in his last five games for Dauphin. 

DAUPHIN, MB – The Dauphin Kings are getting set for the most important week of their season as the club will play three games in the next four nights. 

In case you missed it last week the Kings finished with a record of 1-2-0. They kicked off the week with a 4-2 loss to the Blizzard in OCN. Dauphin responded on Saturday with a 5-4 win in Virden against the Oil Capitals, their third straight win against the southern Manitoba club. Then on Sunday the Kings were shut out 3-0 by Selkirk. 

This week, as mentioned, the Kings have three games. On Tuesday Dauphin welcomes the Waywayseecappo Wolverines to Credit Union Place. The game is sponsored by Assiniboine Community College as part of their ACC Day in Dauphin!

On Wednesday Dauphin head’s south to play the Natives in Neepawa, another huge game when it comes to standings implications. 

Then on Friday the Kings close out the week with a home game against the Winnipeg Blues. It’s Minor Hockey Night with Twin Motors as the sponsor! That night will also feature the final CIBC Skate with the Kings night, so bring your skates to the game and be sure to wear your minor hockey jersey as well! All three games this week start at 7:30pm!


Ashton Clark was solid all week for the Dauphin Kings. 

His best game of the three was in Virden where the Saskatchewan forward picked up a goal and two assists and was all over the ice physically. 

Clark is second on the Kings in scoring. After his three points this past week he now has 16 goals and 21 assists for 37 points in 52 games which is three back of Keaton Leininger (21G, 19A).