Kings welcome Boldt to Dauphin

Sam Boldt started his season in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League with the Weyburn Red Wings where he was an integral part of the club.

He joined Weyburn after playing 12 games to start the season with Camrose last season and then he finished the year in the British Columbia Hockey League where he played 25 games with the Merritt Centennials.

Then on January 10, 2023, Sam was acquired by the Dauphin Kings on trade deadline day. Sam reported to Dauphin on Tuesday and played his first game with his new team on Wednesday and it was a solid debut as he helped the club pick up a 4-3 win over Swan Valley.

Growing up in Regina, Sam is pleased to be with Dauphin.

“I’ve had a good couple of days here so far,” said Boldt. “I’m really enjoying it, we have a very strong team that plays with a lot of pace, I’m excited to be here.”

As Dauphin enjoys a weekend off from game action, Boldt has high expectations from himself and he’s looking forward to contributing to a team that is currently in second place in the West Division.

Boldt will play his second game with Dauphin on Tuesday when the team makes their way to OCN to play the Blizzard in another big West Division tilt.

Get to know Sam:

What is one of your favourite hockey memories? Playing in the Mac’s tournament back in 2019, we made the finals and got to play at the Saddledome in Calgary, that was a really neat experience

Do you think about the future at all? I’m just trying to live in the now, I’m here to help Dauphin win games and we will see what happens down the line

Who is your favourite hockey player? I would say, Adam Fox or Quinn Hughes, I really like him as well

Do you have any superstitions? I like to be pretty easygoing into games. I do try and put my gear on the same way every practice and every game

What about an interesting fact about you? My family owns an ice cream shop in Regina, and a lot of people are surprised when they hear that

Who is your biggest inspiration in life? I have really good family support. My dad taught me the way with sports because he was a hockey and baseball guy back in the day