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Three Stars Of The Week

DAUPHIN, MB - The Dauphin Kings are at the .500 mark as they get set for their busiest week of the MJHL season so far.

In case you missed it over the weekend the Kings were scheduled to take part in two games with the OCN Blizzard, but due to weather conditions one of the games was moved while the other was pushed back a day.

The Kings ended up losing their lone contest of the week, 7-4 to the OCN Blizzard on Sunday.

This week Dauphin hits the ice for three games. First they'll battle the OCN Blizzard at Credit Union Place. THIS IS NOT A DAUPHIN KINGS HOME GAME, it is an OCN Blizzard home game and that means season ticket holders will have to pay the regular game price unless they purchased their ticket for the game last week (BLUE TICKET).

TICKET PRICES FOR TUESDAY:

Adults - $13.00
Students (13-18) - $7.00
Child (6-12) - $5.00
5 & Under - FREE with an Adult

CLICK HERE FOR TICKET OFFICE HOURS

After Tuesday's tilt with OCN the Kings will battle the Portage Terriers Friday and Saturday. They'll visit Portage Friday and return to Dauphin on Saturday.

ICYMI | The Kings are only allowing season ticket holders into Credit Union Place for home games going forward. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS!

THREE STARS

The Dauphin Kings Three Starts of the Week is presented by Parkland Source for Sports and local hero Dave Campbell. It's handed out at the end of the regular season and is based on a point system week-to-week. The Kings' final regular season game is Saturday March 13th against the Selkirk Steelers.

The point system works like this:

1st Star = 5 points
2nd Star = 3 points
3rd Star = 1 point

At the end of the season the player with the most points will win the trophy which, again, will be presented by Parkland Source for Sports!

Each week the standings will be updated in the "Three Stars of the Week" article.

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THIRD STAR - NAKODAN GREYEYES

Nakodan Greyeyes returned to the lineup for the first time this season on Sunday.

He made a strong impact and tallied an assist in Dauphin's 7-4 loss to OCN on Sunday.

Greyeyes will look to build on his strong start when the Kings take part in three games this week.

SECOND STAR - CHARLES MASSEY

Charles Massey continued his strong start to the MJHL season over the weekend.

The Quebec forward scored a goal and added an assist in Dauphin's 7-4 loss to OCN.

Massey has scored at least one goal in every game this season except the opener back on October 9th. He's second on the Kings in scoring with seven goals and three assists for 10 points.

FIRST STAR - GRADY HOBBS

Grady Hobbs continues roll as his point streak continued last week.,

The southern Manitoba product added another goal and an assist last week in the Kings' loss to OCN.

Hobbs leads Dauphin in scoring with seven goals and four assists for 11 points. He has five goals and three assists in his last three outings.

2020-21 STANDINGS

PLAYER

1ST STAR

2ND STAR

3RD STAR

TOTAL
POINTS

(16 - CHARLES MASSEY)

1

1

1

9


(59 - GRADY HOBBS)

1

 1

1

9


(77 - KOBY MORRISSEAU)

1

5

(29 - MATTHIAS SMITH)

1

5


(9 - AUSTIN LAMOTTE)

1

3

(44 - PARKER MALCHUK)

1

3

(27 - VINCENT NARDONE)

1

1


(14 - NAKODAN GREYEYES)

1

1