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Fourth straight against OCN

48 hours after scoring seven goals, the Dauphin Kings are back on the ice in a rematch with the OCN Blizzard.

Dauphin improved to 5-2 after Friday’s victory heading into a Sunday evening game in The Pas. It’s the second time Dauphin has hit the road to play the most northern team in the league. Last time, OCN secured two points on their home ice.

OCN is 2-1 this season on home ice while Dauphin has struggled on the road at times this season, going 1-2. Their lone victory on the road came against Neepawa last month.

Sunday’s game is the fourth of eight meetings between the two clubs this season. Dauphin leads the season series 2-1 and have outscored OCN, 11-6.

The two teams won’t meet again until February 4.

By the numbers:

Dauphin

Record – 5-2

GA – 24

GA – 14

Colby Jaquet – 10 points (1G)

Carson Cherepak – 5-1 – 1.67 G.A.A & .946 save percentage

OCN

Record – 3-3-0-1

GA – 17

GA – 21

Riley Zimmerman – 7 points (4G)

Nicholas Pineo – 2-2 – 2.47 G.A.A & .939 save percentage

Sunday’s game won’t be broadcasted on 730CKDM; however, you can watch the game on HockeyTV. It’s set for 7:00 p.m.