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Three Stars Of The Week

DAUPHIN, MB - The Dauphin Kings are above .500 for the first time this season after picking up a win in their lone game of the week.

In case you missed it last week the Kings were supposed to play two games but managed just one after ice issues in OCN & The Pas. Their lone game of the week saw the double the OCN Blizzard 6-3 at Credit Union Place.

This week the Kings are scheduled to have two games, the first will come Friday in OCN with the second Saturday night at Credit Union Place!

Fans can look forward to the return of Koby Morrisseau in Dauphin's next contest as the forward just recently completed his three game suspension.

For tickets to Saturday's game 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 - VINCENT NARDONE

Vincent Nardone racked up three assists in Dauphin's lone win over the weekend, but arguably all three were top end apples.

Nardone set up Hobbs, Massey and Malchuk on their goals Saturday night.

The Rosemere, Quebec forward is still looking for his first goal as a King, but he is clicking at over a point per game pace with six assists in five contests.

SECOND STAR - PARKER MALCHUK

Parker Malchuk has played well for the Dauphin Kings all season and he was finally able to break through on the goal side Saturday night.

The Birtle D-man notched his first of the season Saturday and picked up two assists in the process. Before Saturday's win Malchuk had hit multiple posts from the point including one earlier in the evening.

Malchuk (1G, 5A) is tied with Colby Jaquet (6A) for the Kings points lead for D-men. Both players are tied for third when it comes to overall points by a defenceman in the MJHL.

FIRST STAR - CHARLES MASSEY

Sir Charles continued his strong play to start the MJHL campaign last week.

The Quebecer had two goals and an assist in Dauphin's 6-3 triumph over the Blizzard. He is currently riding a four game point streak with six goals and two assists in the four games. He also scored at least one goal in all four of those contests.

Massey sits second on the Kings in points coming into this week, his eight has him one back of Grady Hobbs (6G, 3A).

2020-21 STANDINGS

PLAYER

1ST STAR

2ND STAR

3RD STAR

TOTAL
POINTS

(16 - CHARLES MASSEY)

1

1

6


(77 - KOBY MORRISSEAU)

1

5

(29 - MATTHIAS SMITH)

1

5


(59 - GRADY HOBBS)

 1

1

4


(9 - AUSTIN LAMOTTE)

1

3

(44 - PARKER MALCHUK)

1

3

(27 - VINCENT NARDONE)

1

1