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Three Stars Of The Week

DAUPHIN, MB - The Dauphin Kings now know their first round opponent following the final week, and it's a team they have not seen in the post season since 2011.

More on that in a moment, but first in case you missed it the Dauphin Kings had three games to close out their 2019-20 campaign last week. They started it off with a 3-1 victory over the Neepawa Natives on Tuesday, then won a great game in overtime, 4-3 against the Winnipeg Blues on Friday. The Kings wrapped up their season with a 5-2 loss to the Oil Capitals in Virden.

With all said and done the Kings finished their season with a record of 31-24-3-2. It's the first time the team has won 30+ games in the regular season since the 2013-14 campaign.

Now Dauphin will take on the Portage Terriers in the opening round of the 2020 MJHL Playoffs. Stay tuned to the Kings website and social media for the first round schedule and ticket office hours!

THREE STARS

The Dauphin Kings Three Starts of the Week is an award handed out at the end of the regular season, it's based on a point system week-to-week. The Kings' final regular season game is Sunday March 1st against the Virden Oil Capitals.

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 will be presented by Parkland Source for Sports!

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

#ForTheCrown

THIRD STAR - GRADY HOBBS

Grady Hobbs had a solid week to close out the 2019-20 season.

The Kings forward added two goals and two assists to his total.

Hobbs was the Kings' top scorer, ending the year with 43 goals and 38 assists for 81 points. He was the last player to surpass the 80 point mark since Jesse Sinatynski (93), Jon Gaudet (90) & Guillame Naud (88) did it in the 2012-13 season.

SECOND STAR - NAKODAN GREYEYES

Nakodan Greyeyes had a decent week to wrap up his second season in the MJHL.

The 18 year old Winnipeg forward notched a goal and four assists in three games last week for the Kings.

Greyeyes finished second on the Kings in scoring with 24 goals and 50 assists for 74 points.

FIRST STAR - BRAYDEN PAWLUK

Brayden Pawluk saved one of his best weeks of the season for last.

The Teulon D-man notched that game winning goal Friday against the Winnipeg Blues and added four assists along the way.

Pawluk finished as the Kings second top scoring D-man with six goals and 31 assists for 37 points. He was 7th overall on Dauphin.

FINAL 2019-20 STANDINGS

PLAYER

1ST STAR

2ND STAR

3RD STAR

TOTAL
POINTS


(59 - GRADY HOBBS)

5

4

 3

40


(14 - NAKODAN GREYEYES)

4

4

3

35


(26 - BARON THOMPSON)

4

4

32


(7 - COLE DEKONINCK)

1

3

3

17


(9 - AUSTIN LAMOTTE)

 2

1

1

14


(51 - CARTER SAWCHUK)

3

1

10


(28 - BRAYDEN PAWLUK)

 1

2

7


(18 - KADEN BRYANT)

1

1

6


(33 - LEVI MITCHELL)

1

5


(17 - NOAH WAGNER)

1

5


(77 - BRYSON CECCONI)

 1

1

4


(22 - BRENDAN ARNOLD)

2

2


(29 - MATTHIAS SMITH)

1

1


(71 - AVERY SMITH)

1

1