The Flyers scored two goals in the opening period, both of which Kings goalie, Brennan Kitchen would have wanted back, but it was what it was, as the Flyers led 2-0 after 20.
The second period featured no scoring, but the physicality between the two teams ramped up which included a bone-jarring hit from Grady Hobbs.
After 40, the Flyers continued to lead, 2-0.
In the third, the Kings continued to pepper Flyers goalie, Aaron Brunn, but Brunn proved he was up to the task until Riese Gaber got the fans into it, scoring his 10th goal of the season at the 15:12 mark of the third.
The last five minutes provided several chances, including a half dozen in the final 30 seconds for the Kings, but the Flyers ended up hanging on to beat the Kings, 2-1.
The Kings outshot the Flyers, 36-29.
The next time you can hear Kings hockey is this Wednesday when the team heads to Neepawa to take on the Natives. Pregame kicks off at 7:20 and puck drop is set for 7:30 right here on 730CKDM.