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Perfect end to the weekend

The Dauphin Kings rebounded in a massive way on Saturday as they got back in the win column.

Hitting the road to wrap up a home-and-home with Virden, the Kings scored a handful in a solid 5-1 win.

Dauphin dominated from start to finish as they earned their ninth win of the season. At the moment, Dauphin is tied with Waywayseecappo for the top spot in the West Division.

13:13 into the game, Brayden Dube remained red-hot as he scored his eighth goal of the season as he continues to enjoy a stellar 16-year-old season.

Dauphin completely took over in the second period, scoring four times. Jeriah Shantz scored his first-ever regular season goal while Kaden Bryant, Owen Wareham and Luke Morris also scored.

Virden’s only goal was scored by Colin Cook as he scored for the second straight night against Dauphin.

Making his third start this season, Keaton Woolsey was solid, going 32-for-33 to earn his second win.

King Tips:

Dauphin is now seven points ahead of Virden in the standings

Dauphin has won every series this season. Against Neepawa, Virden and OCN

Woolsey has won his last two starts for Dauphin

Dauphin leads their season series with Virden, 3-1