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Parkland battle on tap

The Dauphin Kings will play three games in the next five days, beginning on Tuesday night when they open their preseason at Credit Union Place.

The first Parkland battle is on tap as the Kings and Stampeders hit the ice in the annual rookie game, one that always features the team’s youngest and brightest prospects.

Dauphin ended their training camp on Sunday as Jeriah Shantz scored twice to give Team White a 4-2 win.

The Stampeders; meanwhile, have already played two preseason games earning a split. They lost to Waywayseecappo 5-1 to open their preseason and they followed that up with a convincing 5-1 win against OCN over the weekend.

In the rookie game last year, Ben Hackl scored twice while Garrett Hrechka notched one goal in a 6-1 win.

If you plan on watching Tuesday’s game, you must be double vaccinated. You will need to show your immunization card or QR code prior to entering the arena.