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February 24, 2015
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The Dauphin Kings finished their regular season schedule at home the same way they started it, with a victory. This time a 3-2 decision over the OCN Blizzard Tuesday night.

It was the Kings last game at Credit Union Place until playoffs and they played well for the most of it, scoring three unanswered after going down 2-0 in the early stages of the first period.

Picking up goals for the Kings Tuesday night were Mathieu Lapointe (18), Dylan Bredahl (14) and Rylan Freed (11). Dylan Bredahl’s goal (Below) happened because of the fore-check by Dauphin forward Matthew Greening who was playing in his third MJHL game. Greening battled the puck off the stick of OCN goalie and former Parkland Ranger teammate Brody Claeys then fired it out front to Bredahl who made no mistake. Greening, Tyler Derkach and Daniel Chartrand had their ups and downs on a line together, but overall they played well and never really looked out of place. Those three will now rejoin the Parkland Rangers for their playoff run which begins on Monday.

Connor Shaw (9-5) took the win between the pipes for the Kings. I thought he looked a little rattled off the start but settled in nicely and made some key saves as the night progressed. He stopped 19 of 21 total shots. Claeys turned aside 34 of 37.

Special Teams saw Dauphin finish the night 1 for 5 on the Power Play and 1 for 2 on the Penalty Kill. I’ll give credit to the Kings for not getting too sucked in to OCN’s shenanigans after the whistles, they were very disciplined. A few times I saw the linesmen get pushed by players on OCN, which is a bit disappointing to see.

3 Stars

3. Brody Claeys (OCN) (34 Saves)
2. Mathieu Lapointe (DAU) (1G)
1. Dylan Bredahl (DAU) (1G)

The win helps the Kings keep pace with the Waywayseecappo Wolverines, who won Tuesday night over Virden. Dauphin remains two points up the Wolverines in the standings, but Wayway has a game in hand. With two contests left in their season the Kings are 23-29-6, eighth in the standings with 52 points. Dauphin now heads out on the road for their final tilts of the season. They’ll visit the Winnipeg Blues on Friday (On CKDM) and the Virden Oil Capitals on Saturday (On CKDM).

Stay tuned for more this week!

Thanks for following tonight… More below.

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Kirklan Lycar recieved his “Rookie All Star Team” sweater from MJHL Commissioner Kim Davis Tuesday…

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Here are tonight’s award winners for the Dauphin Kings (For the regular season)…

Most Popular On & Off The Ice
(Voted by Media)

Mathieu Lapointe
(Presented by Doug Zywina)

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The Dauphin Herald Award (Outstanding Character)

Cody Nelson
(Presented by Bob Gilroy)

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Most Gentlemanly Player Award
(Steve ‘Boomer’ Hawrysh Memorial Award)

Chance Thomas & Landon Plett
(Presented by Kevin Durston)

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Johnny Kay Award (Most Inspirational Player)
(Voted by the players)

Cody Nelson & Ryan Edevold
(Presented by Carla Wolfenden)

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Steve Antosko Memorial Award (Hardest Working Player)

Lucas Nagel & Ryan Edevold
(Presented by Blaine Johnson)

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Dave Snitka Memoria Award (Most Improved Player)

Rylan Freed & Dylan Bredahl
(Presented by Velma Snitka)

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Barry Trotz Award (Best Defensive Player)

Justin Sadler & Ryan Edevold
(Presented by Ernie Trotz)

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Dave Seeley Memorial Award (Community Involvement)

Cody Nelson & Landon Plett
(Presented by Randy Daley)

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Dauphin Minor Hockey Award (Rookie of the Year)

Kirklan Lycar & Troy Martyniuk
(Presented by Anne, Ruth & Oliver Dandeneau)

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Joe Dawson Memoria Award (Best Defenceman)

Ben Hull
(Presented by Dustin Dawson)

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Pepsi Cola Award (Most Valuable Player)

Ben Hull & Mathieu Lapointe
(Presented by Randy Daley)

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All Graduating Players (20 year olds) recieved watches!

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Under The Bar

NEAT STATS

Dylan Bredahl is on a 2 game point streak (2G, 1A).

Connor Shaw has won 5 straight starts.

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SCORING SUMMARY

PERIOD 1

1-0 OCN Blizzard at 3:52 – Comacho Lathlin (unassisted)
2-0 OCN Blizzard at 7:35 (PP) – Devin Muir from Brett Griffin and Rhett Law
2-1 Dauphin Kings at 11:26 (PP) – Mathieu Lapointe from Kyle Bird and Ben Hull

PERIOD 2

2-2 Dauphin Kings at 18:07 – Dylan Bredahl from Matthew Greening
3-2 Dauphin Kings at 19:49 – Rylan Freed from Ryan Edevold and Taran Lacquette

PERIOD 3

No Scoring

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