Kings See Attendance Boost, Profit In 2018-19

DAUPHIN, MB - Even though their playoff run was not a deep one the Dauphin Kings will look at the 2018-19 season as a successful one, at least financially and attendance wise.

The club made over $7,000 in 2018-19 and saw their attendance rise during the regular season, jumping almost 2000 people from 2017-18.

The Kings held their Annual General Meeting Thursday at the Parkland Rec Complex in Dauphin.

With the numbers the Kings continue to see their overall debt drop to roughly $62,000.00. That's down from over $250,000.00 in 2014.

Director of Marketing & Media Relations, Christian Laughland, presented the crowd with a PowerPoint Presentation which mapped out the 2018-19 season and a look ahead to 2019-20. You can see some key numbers on the right!

Some Notable Numbers In 2018-19 (Revenue)

Fundraising - $240,352
Sponsorship – $132,660
Ticket Sales – $129,730
Game Night Revenue – $84,127
Other Revenue – $30,460

TOTAL REVENUE = $617,329

Some Notable Numbers In 2018-19 (Expenditures)

Advertising – $32,744
Billets – $55,295
Dressing Room – $16,183
Equipment – $65,824
Ice & Facility Fees – $36,080
Team Travel – $69,261
Wages & Benefits – $135,479




The Dauphin Kings will make a couple board changes heading into the 2019-20 hockey season.

Travis Roos, Daryl Bacon and John Kulchycki will all step down from their positions. The Kings would like to thank all three for their time spent with the organization and the countless hours they have put towards the hockey club.

Stepping on to the board are Ron Hedley, Doug Coughlan and Craig Kaminski and with these additions all board positions on the Dauphin Kings Board of Directors will be filled.


Travis Roos - Finance
Daryl Bacon - Game Day
John Kulchycki - Finance


Ron Hedley - External Affairs
Craig Kaminski - Game Day
Doug Coughlan - Finance