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Home Game Against Portage This Weekend Postponed

DAUPHIN, MB - The Dauphin Kings would like to inform their season ticket holders that Saturday's (November 7th) game against the Portage Terriers has been postponed out of caution and public health concerns.

The Kings hope to announce a reschedule date in the coming days (Likely early next week). So stay tuned to our website, social media and our local media outlets 730 CKDM Radio and The Dauphin Herald Newspaper.

We would again like to apologize for any inconvenience this may have cause and we thank you for your understanding during this time.

Below is the update posted by the Manitoba Junior Hockey League.

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The Dauphin Kings have postponed their two upcoming games vs the Portage Terriers scheduled for this weekend due to precautionary public health concerns – Reschedule date TBD.

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines and Neepawa Natives have rescheduled their December 18/19 games to this upcoming weekend. Games will now be played Friday, November 6th in Neepawa (7:30 PM) and Saturday, November 7th in Waywayseecappo (7:00PM).

The Swan Valley Stampeders and Virden Oil Capitals have rescheduled their March 5th game to this upcoming weekend. Game will now be played Friday, November 6th in Virden (7:30 PM)

The Steinbach Pistons have postponed their two upcoming games vs the Winkler Flyers scheduled for this weekend due to precautionary public health concerns – Reschedule date TBD.

The Manitoba Junior Hockey League made the decision to significantly reduce the 2020/21 schedule this season while also implementing self-imposed breaks knowing the significant challenges that would be faced throughout the season. The implementation of breaks have proven essential to provide flexibility to our schedule and to provide a necessary buffer for teams to recover from COVID-19 implications, postponements and/or weather related disruption.

Each organization is following the MJHL return to play guidelines, Manitoba public health orders while working closely with public health officials for their direction.

Public Health are the only informed authority to provide public information via daily bulletins on possible exposure, close contact to exposure or the declaration of an outbreak. We will adhere to these Public Health Protocols concerning any COVID related public announcement.

Thank you for your support and understanding.
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