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Round 2: Kings vs Blizzard

For the first time this season, the most northern team in the league comes to town.
And when the Blizzard pay a visit to Credit Union Place, the Kings will look for a weekend split.
Two nights after a 3-0 loss in The Pas, Dauphin hosts OCN in the first afternoon contest of the year.
Dauphin failed to score for the first time this season on Friday. Kaden Bryant and Colby Jaquet continue to lead Dauphin with six points. Parker Malchuk will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury.
Despite the loss on Friday, Carson Cherepak played very well, making 32 saves.
Sunday’s meeting is the second of eight between the two teams and the second of four straight, as both will play another home-and-home next weekend.
By the numbers:
Records
Dauphin – 3-2
OCN – 3-1-0-1
Powerplay:
Dauphin – 4-for-15 = 26.7% (third in West Division)
OCN – 0-for-17 = 0% (Sixth in West Division)
Penalty kill:
Dauphin – 21-for-24 – 87.5% (third in West Division)
OCN – 20-for-21 – 95.2% (first in West Division)
Leaders:
Dauphin – Kaden Bryant, Colby Jaquet – 6 points
OCN – Max Mazur – 6 points
The puck drops this afternoon at 4:00 p.m.