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Three Stars Of The Week

DAUPHIN, MB - After a slow start to 2019 the Dauphin Kings rebounded last week with two wins in three contests.

In case you missed it last week the Kings started things off with a 5-3 victory over the Blizzard in OCN. Dauphin then opened a four game home stand on Friday against the Portage Terriers. The club fell short 4-0 following a slow start to the affair. The Kings responded on Saturday though, beating the Selkirk Steelers 5-4 at Credit Union Place!

This week is a pretty quiet one on the ice for the Kings as the MJHL shifts its attention to the MJHL / SJHL Showcase in Regina, SK on Monday and Tuesday. The Kings sent four players and two staff members to the event (MORE HERE).

Just one game on tap for the Kings, it happens Friday when the club welcomes the Neepawa Natives to Credit Union Place. Puck drop is slated for 7:30pm and the game is presented by Dean Cooley GM!

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 at Credit Union Place is Thursday February 28th against the Neepawa Natives. Last year's winner was goaltender Brennan Kitchen.

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.

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THIRD STAR - KOLBY JOHNSON

Kolby Johnson scored two big goals for the Dauphin Kings last week.

On Tuesday the 20 year old Saskatchewan forward scored the go ahead goal against the OCN Blizzard. He then tallied the game winner on Saturday against Selkirk.

Johnson has six goals and two assists since joining the Kings back in November.

SECOND STAR - ANDREW LIWISKI

Andrew Liwiski continues to play well on the back end for the Dauphin Kings.

Last week the local forward had three assists for Dauphin including two in the Kings 5-4 win against Selkirk on Saturday.

Liwiski has two goals and 14 assists for the Kings so far this season.

FIRST STAR - BRYAN LANDSBERGER

Bryan Landsberger played between the pipes in all three games this past week. The numbers he put up were solid.

The Montreal product had a goals against average of 2.46 and a save percentage of .930 for the Kings in three outings.

Landsberger is 6-6 on the season but has a solid 2.61 GAA and a strong .918.

STANDINGS

PLAYER

1ST STAR

2ND STAR

3RD STAR

TOTAL
POINTS

(77 - BRYON FOBAIR)

1

4

1

18


(17 - RILEY SHAMRAY)

2

2

1

17

(22 - BRENDAN ARNOLD)

2

1

11


(51 - CARTER SAWCHUK)

1

1

2

10

(7 - COLE DEKONINCK)

2

10


(1 - BRYAN LANDSBERGER)

 1

1

6


(9 - RILEY BULLER)

1

1

6


(10 - EAMONN MILLER)

1

5

(27 - ANDREW LIWISKI)

1

1

4


(59 - GRADY HOBBS)

1

3


(18 - LEEAM TIVERS)

1

3

(24 - MITCHELL JOSS)

2

2


(8 - KOLBY JOHNSON)

2

2

(71 - AVERY SMITH)

1

1

(13 - IAN TOOKENAY)

1

1