WHITEHORSE, YK - What a time to be alive for Dauphin Kings forward Nakodan Greyeyes. The Winnipeg product captained Team Manitoba to a gold medal title at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championship this past weekend.
Greyeyes and Manitoba also won bronze medals before finding out Team Alberta had been disqualified from the event earlier in the day. In the bronze medal affair Manitoba defeated BC 5-3. The club would then take to the ice later in the day after finding out Alberta's fate and they would go on to beat Team Saskatchewan 6-1 in the final.
When the tournament ended Greyeyes had four goals and six assists in seven contests.
Listen to Greyeyes talk about the event and winning gold...
The Kings would also like to congratulate a number of other Dauphinites and people affiliated with the club on their championship! Kevin Monkman ( Head Coach - Kings Scout), Daniel Chartrand (Assistant Coach - Former King) and Hayden Yaremko (Assistant Coach - Kings Scout).
(Photo via @nahc2019)