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Gibbs makes top three, joined by Gough and Senf

Another edition of the Parkland Source for Sports Three Stars of the Week is back.

After a weekend split against the Winnipeg Blues and one win in their three games, Matthew Gough earns top honours this week.

1st Star – Matthew Gough

Playing in all three games last week, Gough scored in all three of the team’s games last week while adding two assists.

Matthew is averaging nearly a point-per-game in his first year with the Kings as he has three goals and three assists after seven games.

It appears that Gough has found his stride and he seems to be in the right place at the right time.

2nd Star – Rylan Gibbs

The Dauphin product has spent many years dreaming of playing for his hometown junior team. He travelled with the team to Estevan last year for the Centennial Cup. While he didn’t play in Estevan, Gibbs has been a regular in the team’s lineup this year and he’s coming off the best week of his young junior career.

Rylan opened the weekend on Friday by scoring his first junior goal with his hometown team.

He then followed that up by finding the back of the net on Sunday for his second goal in as many games with the team.

3rd Star РAlex Senf 

Alex came over from the Bismark Bobcats of the North American Hockey League and while he got off to a slow start with the team while he got used to playing in Canada, Senf was solid over the weekend.

Like Rylan, Senf opened the weekend on Friday by scoring his first goal as a King and on Sunday, Alex added to his total by scoring his second as a King.

In five games with his new team, Alex now has two goals and two assists.

Season-long standings:

Five points are up for grabs for the first star each week, three points go for the second star and a single point is up for grabs for the third star

After week 3:

T1 – Nick Hatton – 5 points

T1 – Matthew Gough – 5 points

T1 – Anthony Bax – 5 points

T4 – Rylan Gibbs – 3 points

T4 – Garrett Hrechka 3 points

T4 – Keaton Woolsey – 3 points

T7 – Mason Smith 1 point

T7 – Jayden Harris – 1 point

T7 – Alex Senf – 1 point