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Dauphin Kings Three ★‘s Of The Week

February 16, 2016

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The Dauphin Kings will look for some good home cooking this weekend at Credit Union Place when they try to snap out of a three game skid.

Dauphin is coming off a week that saw them lose three in a row on the road to the top three teams in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (Portage, Steinbach & Winkler).

This week the Kings have just two games and they’re both on the weekend and at Credit Union Place. On Friday night Dauphin will tangle with former Parkland Ranger D-man Tyler Jubenvill and the Winkler Flyers. Then on Sunday the Kings entertain the Winnipeg Blues for the final time this season. Both games are 7:00pm puck drops.

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Three ‘s Of The Week

3. Landon Plett


Another strong week for Kings forward Landon Plett. The Blumenort product had two points (1G, 1A) for Dauphin and continues to lead the club in work ethic and compete level as the season begins to wind down. Plett (14G, 18A) currently sits third on the Kings in scoring with 32 points. You can see his 14th goal of the season below…

2. Kirklan Lycar


The Kirklan Lycar had points in three of the four games last week for the Dauphin Kings (2G, 2A). The former Eastman Select forward continues to sit atop the club in scoring with 45 points. Lycar notched his 20th goal of the season Saturday night in Winkler and set up a nice power play marker by Landon Plett Sunday in Portage. With his goal Saturday Lycar surpassed his total from last year (19) and is well past his point total from last season as well (26).

1. Tyler Garrioch


Tyler Garrioch notched one goal and four assists last week. The Kings’ Captain continues to lead by example on and off the ice. After suffering a painful injury on a shot block in the first period against the Steinbach Pistons on Friday the forward didn’t miss much action and was back on the ice shortly after hobbling off. It was clear he was in pain for most of the weekend but he battled through and was arguably Dauphin’s best player for the entire weekend. Garrioch (13G, 29A) is second in Kings scoring with 42 points.

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