Keaton Woolsey recorded his first MJHL shutout on Saturday night and the Dauphin Kings are the first place team in the MJHL.
One night after a 5-2 win, Dauphin led from start to finish as they won 4-0.
Just 4:24 into the game, Luke Morris scored to give Dauphin a 1-0 lead and less than a minute into the second, he gave Dauphin a 2-0 lead and they never looked back.
Nick Braun scored just a few minutes later and Nolan Wickham scored his first goal as a King in the third period as Dauphin cruised to their 16th win of the season.
With the win, Dauphin has moved into first place in the league, one point ahead of the Pistons and Blues.
Next up for Dauphin is the MJHL Showcase as they’ll play Steinbach and the Blues on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Woolsey was solid as he made 18 saves to record his first shutout
Dauphin earned two shutouts against the Stampeders in the four-game series
The Kings outscored the Stampeders, 16-3 in the four-game set
Dauphin went 1-for-5 on the power play and 4-for-4 on the penalty kill
The Kings went 9-for-9 this weekend on the penalty kill