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Dauphin Kings 3 Stars Of The Week

Two good games from Trevor Selk last week as the Dauphin D-man picked up three goals and an assist.

On Tuesday he snagged his first goal as a King and added an assist in Dauphin’s 5-4 loss to the OCN Blizzard.

Then on Saturday the East Grand Forks, Minnesota product opened and closed the scoring for Ukrainian Night. He grabbed the winner in overtime against the Virden Oil Capitals to gain two key points for the Kings in the standings. 

DAUPHIN, MB – Last week ended well for the Dauphin Kings as they picked up an important 3-2 overtime victory over the Virden Oil Capitals. 

In their three games last week the Kings won one and lost two and now sit just two points out of the MJHL’s final playoff spot. 

This week is a VERY busy one for Dauphin as they hit the ice for four games in five nights. The schedule starts on Tuesday when the Kings conclude their current five game home stand against the Neepawa Natives (7:30pm). On Wednesday Dauphin heads to the other side of Riding Mountain National Park when they skate with the Wolverines in Waywayseecappo. Then on the weekend the Kings tangle with the Winnipeg Blues on Friday and Winkler Flyers on Saturday.

In total Dauphin will play five straight games on the road before they return to Credit Union Place on Sunday February 12th to host the Selkirk Steelers for Rain Check Night at 6:00pm!

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Ian Briscoe has started to pick up his game as of late. 

Last week the Winnipeg forward scored two goals and added two assists. He had two goals in Dauphin’s 7-2 loss to Portage on Friday.

Briscoe enters this week on a five game point streak. He has four goals and two assists in that span.

Another solid week between the pipes for Kings goal Brandon Holtby.

The 20 year old from Regina went 1-1 in two starts for the Kings.

On Tuesday he suffered a 5-4 loss to the OCN Blizzard. Then on Saturday Holtby backstopped the Kings to a big 3-2 win over Virden, making 50 saves on 52 shots.