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Dauphin Kings Three ★‘s Of The Week

February 29, 2016


The Dauphin Kings will head out on the road for their final two games of the regular season this week.

Before we get to that let’s talk about what happened last week. In case you missed it the Kings had three games last week. They won two of three, taking out the Swan Valley Stampeders 7-3 and then skating past the Neepawa Natives 5-2 on Sunday. Sandwiched in between that Dauphin dropped a 4-3 overtime decision to the Steinbach Pistons on Friday. The results mean the Kings are currently on a four game point streak. The club is showing a bit more consistency than they had earlier in the season, a good sign considering the time of year.

On Tuesday and Wednesday this week Dauphin is in OCN to take on the Blizzard. For both teams the games are pretty much meaningless when it comes to the MJHL standings. According to the tie breaking procedure the OCN Blizzard just need a single point or a Selkirk loss (In their next 3) to lock up sixth place. The Kings, meanwhile, won’t move anywhere. They’re secured in ninth place. Dauphin still doesn’t know who they’ll play in their survivor series, but that could be decided by the end of Tuesday night, or it might take until Saturday.

Listen to the games Tuesday and Wednesday on 730 CKDM. The Parkland Source for Sports Pre Game Show begins at 6:45pm both nights with opening face off at 7:00pm.



Three ‘s Of The Week

3. Landon Plett


Landon Plett’s pace continues to be a strong one for the Dauphin Kings as the season winds down. He potted four points (2G, 2A) last week for the Kings and is riding a four game point streak (2G, 3A). The Blumenort product has points in six of his last seven contests and currently sits third on Dauphin in scoring with 37 points (16G, 21A).

2. Kirklan Lycar


The Kirklan Lycar remains on cruise control coming into this week. The 18 year old is currently riding a four game point streak (3G, 3A). Lycar had seven points (2G, 5A) in Dauphin’s three games last week and will look to keep rolling in OCN this week. The former Eastman Select (23G, 30A) is the top scorer on the Kings with 53 points. Last season he had 26 points (19G, 7A).

1. Tyler Garrioch


Dauphin’s Captain scored five points in the Kings’ first game this past week. He snagged one goal and four assists in Dauphin’s win over Swan Valley and then picked up a goal and an assist in the Kings’ 5-2 win over Neepawa on Sunday. Garrioch also grabbed five awards for the Kings when the end of season winners were announced Sunday evening at Credit Union Place, including MVP. The Winnipeg product (15G, 35A) is currently second on Dauphin in scoring with 50 points.

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