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Saturday, 01 March 2014 10:30

Only The Beginning

The Dauphin Kings conclude their 2013-14 MJHL Campaign tonight with a visit to Swan Valley to skate with the Stampeders on 730 CKDM!

It's just the beginning for the Kings though, after this evening things get very serious as the Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup hosts begin their playoff run. Dauphin will no doubt want to go in the front door of the tournament, but one must believe anything short of going to the MJHL Final would be a disappointment.

We'll talk more on the playoffs and Western Canada Cup later. Let's focus on tonight's game. The Kings come in with a chance to go 7-1-0 against Swan Valley this season. They have not lost to the Stampeders in Swan River but have always been in tough in the Centennial Arena. All the games there this season have been one goal affairs. Yes, the last time there the Kings won 4-2, but that fourth goal came with just 20 seconds left.

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Thursday, 14 December 2017 09:33
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