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Dauphin Kings Three ★’s Of The Week

October 5, 2015


The Dauphin Kings went 2-1-0 last week as the MJHL regular season starts to roll along.

Dauphin picked up victories over Wayway and Winnipeg. In both games the Kings scored six goals. Sandwiched in between those two results was a disappointing 3-0 decision to the Winkler Flyers. However, considering the effort the Kings put out on Saturday night, the loss against the Flyers seems a little further back in the past now.

Dauphin is expected to get healthier over the next seven days, especially on the back end. Kyle Bird could return this week while Hayden Pierce may not be far off either.

The Kings return to Credit Union Place for the first time since their home opener on September 25th when they Welcome the Waywayseecappo Wolverines to town on Tuesday. It’ll actually be the Kings’ only home game for another long period of time. After Tuesday they’ll hit the road for two in a row, starting on Friday in Selkirk. You can hear that contest on 730 CKDM starting at 7:15pm with the Pre Game Show. After that Dauphin goes to Wayway the next night to battle the Wolverines.


The digitally remastered overtime winner from Kirklan Lycar on Saturday night…


Three ‘s Of The Week

3. Matthew Greening


Matthew Greening picked up his first goal of the MJHL season Saturday night against the Winnipeg Blues. He also added two assists in the affair. It was the Dauphinite’s first points since the home opener on September 25th. Despite being a rookie, Greening’s goal in the third period Saturday wasn’t his first in the MJHL. In 2014 he scored for the Kings in his first MJHL game when Dauphin visited the Swan Valley Stampeders for their final game of the 2013-14 season. So Saturday’s marker was his second career goal in the league.

2. Kirklan Lycar


The Kirklan Lycar remains well above first gear as the MJHL season marches on. The 18 year old forward had two goals and an assist last week, bringing his totals to four goals and an assist on the young season. Lycar is currently tied for second in the MJHL in goals, five back of Portage’s Brad Bowles. The former Eastman Select found a little gap between Scott Parsons and the post for his first of the night Saturday (Below)…

1. David Brumm


Even the Winnipeg fans stood up and clapped Saturday night when David Brumm picked up his third goal of the season (Below). Brumm played arguably his best game as a Dauphin King on Saturday, creating a couple scoring chances and setting up two goals. Last week the Maple Grove, Minnesota product had three goals and two assists for Dauphin. He leads the Kings in points with six.

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