Dauphin’s Liwiski Commits To Northland College


DAUPHIN, MB - The Dauphin Kings are very proud and excited to announce their second commitment in less than a week.

This time it's local product Andrew Liwiski who has committed to Northland College (NCAA DIV III) for the 2020-21 hockey season.

The Dauphin D-man played 95 regular season games with the Kings and seven post season contests. He notched six goals and 31 assists in the regular season and two assists with Dauphin in the playoffs.

Liwiski will join another former Dauphinite and King in forward Daniel Chartrand who has spent the last two seasons with Northland College tallying six goals and five assists (44GP) in that time.

"I chose Northland because I felt it was the best fit for me academically and hockey wise" says Liwiski. "Coach Gregory and Lennon had been in contact with me during the season and I feel they can help me become better. The smaller school and class sizes are also what made the decision a bit easier."

"It's feels amazing to finally know I'll be moving on to the next level and playing NCAA hockey. Knowing that I'll be going to school in Ashland (Wisconsin) and takes a big weight off my shoulders" he added.

"Dauphin has been a great place to play and not just because it's my hometown. Everyone really supports the team in town like crazy, all the great sponsors and people that contribute to the team. The Kings are a first class organization. All I can say as a kid who looked up to the Kings watching games and then getting to live that for two seasons was something I'll always remember!"