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Kings And Ramblers Swing Deal

The Dauphin Kings and the Amherst Ramblers of the MHL hooked up to do a deal on Thursday.

Coming to the Kings is 96 forward Stephen Sisico. Sisco is a 6.03, 195 lb forward who is originally from New Waterford, NS. In 43 games in the MHL, Sisco had 18 points including 8 goals. Sisco was originally drafted by the Ramblers in 2013. The Kings also received future considerations in the deal.

Going back to Amherst is 96 forward Mathieu Lapointe and 95 forward Dylan Bredahl.

“We needed to make room for our local forwards, Greening, Derkach and Chartrand. ” said Kings Head Coach Marlin Murray. “These young guys need put into situations to be successful. As a coaching staff we thought it was imperative to change the culture of our hockey club.”

The Dauphin Kings would like to thank Dylan and Mathieu for their time in Dauphin and wish them all the best in their future endeavours.

The Kings would also like to welcome Stephen and the Sisco family to the City of Sunshine.