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Looking to rebound

The Dauphin Kings lost for the first time since November 6 last night in a 4-2 defeat against Steinbach. It was a game in which Dauphin never led but now, they get the chance to get back in the win column on home ice.

For the one and only time this regular season, the Pistons pay a visit to Credit Union Place and when they do, they’ll be looking to extend their winning streak to five games, one night after snapping Dauphin’s eight-game win streak.

Dauphin still had 47 shots on Friday but they ran into a hot goaltender in Will Hambley who was the difference.

Dauphin is chasing their 21st win tonight while Steinbach is looking to become the second team in the league to 20.

If you’re hungry throughout the game, head to Temptations Concessions to cash in on a sweet deal. You can get three tacos for just $8, you got it right, just $8 for three tacos.

By the numbers:

Dauphin 

GF – 99

GA – 53

PP – 25%

PK – 88.5%

Home record – 10-2

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Steinbach 

GF – 107

GA – 66

PP – 21%

PK – 87.5%

Road record – 8-3-1