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Flyers Shut Out Kings

February 19, 2016

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The Dauphin Kings gave up a steady pace of goals against, en route to a 5-0 loss to the Winkler Flyers Friday night at Credit Union Place.

Dauphin couldn’t generate much most of the night with a handful of players seeming disinterested. Tristan Keck led the way for the Flyers, scoring two goals and passing Cam Whyte for the goal scoring lead on Winkler. He continues to lead the club in points. Keck also added an assist.

On the other side of the puck the Kings had some players that showed up and competed. Tyler Derkach, Daniel Chartrand, Tyler Garrioch, Kirklan Lycar and Landon Plett were a few of those guys.

Kayle Tosh stepped into the lineup for Dauphin Friday, he actually looked not bad considering the circumstances. I would say he was one of Dauphin’s best D-men Friday.

Brandon Holtby (8-28) took the loss in goal. He stopped 36 of 41 shots he faced. The Kings had 21 shots on Connor Slipp.

Special Teams had Dauphin finishing the night 0 for 2 on the Power Play and 2 for 4 on the Penalty Kill.

The loss is the Kings’ fourth in a row and puts them at 18-33-3 on the regular season. A 3-2 overtime win by the Selkirk Steelers Friday night has moved them five points up on Dauphin for 8th in the standings.

Next up for Dauphin is a home game against the Winnipeg Blues on Sunday. Opening face off at Credit Union Place is 7:00pm!

Thanks for following tonight…

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thom

SCORING SUMMARY

PERIOD 1

Winkler Flyers at 13:11 – Jordan Williamson from Scott Gall
Winkler Flyers at 18:43 (PP) – Kayden Jarvis from Jordan Wall and Tristan Keck

PERIOD 2

Winkler Flyers at 15:57 – Tristan Keck from Cam Whyte and Kayden Jarvis
Winkler Flyers at 18:55 – Tristan Keck from Kayden Jarvis and Cam Whyte

PERIOD 3

Winkler Flyers at 7:14 (PP) – Braden Billaney from Lawson McDonald and Thomas Mansbridge

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Anonymous permalink
    February 19, 2016 10:46 pm

    I didn’t think any kings looked interested after the first 10 minutes of the first period, it was very hard to watch

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