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Kings’ Hull To NCAA Div III

April 20, 2015
Picture via Dallas Rudkavitch. For more solid pics go to

Picture via Dallas Rudkavitch. For more solid pics go to

Dauphin Kings D-man Ben Hull has committed to Norwich University NCAA Div III for the 2015-16 season.

The 20 year old was another one of those players that I wish could have been around for more than one year. He was entertaining to watch and fun to be around. Plus being from the United States meant he always had a few interesting things to say. Hull always had a smile on his face and seemed to really enjoy his time in the City of Sunshine.

Relive some Ben Hull moments from this past season, including when he was mic’d up…

Bar Down For The Fans

Findin’ Lanes

Mic’d Up

Below is the release from the Dauphin Kings…



The Dauphin Kings are pleased to announce that 20 year old graduating defenceman, Ben Hull, has committed to Norwich University NCAA Div III for the 2015-16 season.

Hull was a force on the Kings blueline this season. The 6’2”, 227 lb native of Littleton, CO, tied for the league lead in goals by defencemen with 17. Which included a league leading 11 goals on the power play by a defenceman. The big right hander finished the season with 17 goals, 20 assists for 37 points. Hull was named one of the co-receipients of the Dauphin Kings MVP trophy at season’s end. 

“Hullsy was very good for us this season.” stated Kings Assistant Coach Marc Berry. “There were some adjustments for him to make at the start of the season being new to the league, but once he found his comfort zone he took off. Hull has a big body and can pass and shoot the puck like a pro player. He should have a smooth transition into Div III hockey. We’re very happy for him and wish him all the best.”

“Really big thank you goes out to the Dauphin Kings organization and the Dauphin community for the support and helping me become a better player/person.” Stated Hull. “This year has helped me mature on and off the ice and prepare me for the future”

The Dauphin Kings pride themselves on promoting players to the next level and would like to wish Ben all the best in his hockey and academic future!


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