Kings Battle Back To Victory Again

DAUPHIN, MB – The Dauphin Kings continued their success in overtime Sunday night with another comeback win, this time over the Selkirk Steelers. 

It was another strong night on the ice for Dauphin. In the opening period they stuck with the 5th place Steelers with neither team hitting the net. 

In the middle frame the Kings got on the board first when Daniel Chartrand continued his hot play, scoring his ninth of the campaign with the lone assist going to Matthew Greening. Later in the period the Steelers would tie things up at one a piece. 

The third saw Selkirk out play the Kings a little bit and eventually they were rewarded for it, gaining a 2-1 advantage. After the goal against Dauphin played extremely well and tied things up when Grady Hobbs made a play and snagged his third of the year. 

After a late penalty call against the Kings battled through the adversity in overtime and Matthew Greening was the hero, scoring his ninth of the year with Keaton Leininger and Riley Shamray getting in on the assists. 

Brandon Holtby (6-13) grabbed the win between the pipes, stopping 40 of the 42 shots he faced. The Kings had 33 shots Sunday. 

Special Teams went quiet for both clubs in the tilt. Dauphin went 0 for 1 while Selkirk was the same. 

The win is the Kings’ second straight and puts them just two points back of the Swan Valley Stampeders for the MJHL’s final playoff spot as Dauphin heads into their Christmas break. 

The Kings are next in action on Tuesday January 3rd when they visit the Winkler Flyers. Their next home game comes on Saturday January 7th against the Swan Valley Stampeders, game sponsor that night is Kal Tire!


No Scoring
Dauphin Kings at 0:50 Daniel Chartrand from Matthew Greening


Selkirk Steelers at 7:54 Shannan McFadden from Mark Wilson and Carter Barley


Selkirk Steelers at 4:35 Cole McCartan from Jake Dudar and Conner Barley


Dauphin Kings at 13:43 Grady Hobbs from Brendan Arnold and Brett Piper


Dauphin Kings at 3:13 Matthew Greening from Keaton Leininger and Riley Shamray