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Roll continues in Portage!

The Dauphin Kings season-long winning streak has been extended to seven games.

Opening a home-and-home with Portage on Friday night, Dauphin once again lit up the scoreboard in a 5-2 win.

It took Dauphin just 1:24 to find the back of the net when Parker Malchuk took a shot that bounced off a stick, went up into the air and past Jayden Catellier.

Malchuk would score one other goal while Brayden Dube, Cordell Coleman and Brayden Dube all scored once in the win.

Dauphin also scored once on the power play, going 1-for-5 while they were a perfect 1-for-1 on the penalty kill.

Keaton Woolsey won his fourth straight game in net, making 19 saves to move to 4-1 on the season.

King Tips:

Dauphin has now won 19 of their last 22 games and have 38 points on the season, the most in the league

Kaden Bryant remained red-hot as he now has seven goals in his last three games

Dauphin has now allowed two or fewer goals in 16 games this year, they’re 16-0 when doing so

Dauphin is now 10-2 on the road this season

Dauphin now leads the season series, 1-0