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Kings Announce Transactions

 

D – Zach Wytinck (1999)

DAUPHIN, MB – The Dauphin Kings announced three trades Thursday involving a number of players and three different MJHL teams. 

You can view the details on all three transactions below. 

“At the end of last season we felt there were areas of our hockey club that needed to be addressed. This spring our main focus has been to evaluate our team from top to bottom. By making these deals we feel we’ve started the process of acknowledging these areas” says Kings Head Coach & General Manager Marc Berry.   

“We’d like to thank Matthew and Daniel for their work both on and off the ice during their time as Kings and wish them all the best moving forward in their hockey careers.”

Don’t forget the MJHL Draft is this weekend in Winnipeg. The Kings have the second overall pick and six selections total (1st, 2nd, 3rd, two 4th round picks and a 5th). You can follow the Kings throughout social media (Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram & more) during the weekend for updates! 

 

FW – Alex Cattani (2001)

Winkler’s 4th round pick (38th overall – via Virden) in the 2017 MJHL Draft

 

FW – Matthew Greening (1997)
FW – Daniel Chartrand (1997)
D – Andrew Liwiski (1999)

 

G – Emilien Boily (1997)
Future Considerations

 

FW – Brad Goethals (1998)

 

FW – Jayden McCarthy (2001)

Dauphin’s 6th round pick (57th overall) in the 2017 MJHL Draft