The Dauphin Kings built a two-goal lead late in the third period, but they couldn't cap it off with two points as Selkirk scored six goals in the last 4:43 of the game to win the game, 7-3.
The Steelers scored the first goal of the game midway through the second, but with six seconds left in the second, Ian Briscoe tied it up heading into the third.
James Knee scored just 1:38 into the third, and Wilson Northey upped the Kings lead 13:07 into the third as they led, 3-1.
From there, it was all Steelers as they lit up the scoreboard with six goals to pick up two big points.
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