Dauphin, Canada

 

The Western Canada Under 16 Challenge Cup starts today in Calgary and a couple of Dauphinites are there.

Devin Himpe is a video coach with Team Manitoba, and Parkland Ranger, and recent WHL draftee, Mark Liwiski will represent Team Manitoba on the ice wearing an 'A'.

The tournament starts at 4:00pm when Manitoba plays Team BC. Later tonight Saskatchewan takes on Team Alberta, last year's champs.

 

Two Parklanders and a Yorktonite attending the World Hockey Under-17 Challenge have been split up.
 
Team Canada has divided it's 66 players into three rosters.
 
Grandview's Koby Morrisseau will suit up for Team Canada White, Foxwarren's Dawson Barteaux is playing D for Team Canada Red, and Brett Kemp of Yorkton will don the black for Team Canada.
 
The pre-tournament starts next Thursday, October 27th in Sault Ste. Marie, ON. 

 

Another game the Kings hope to put in the rear view mirror.

The Wayway Wolverines defeated the Kings 6-3 Tuesday.

The Kings are still in search of their first road win this season, and have the rest of the month to do so, they don't return to Credit Union Place until November 4th.

The Kings are next in action this weekend for a double-header in Steinbach. Both games can be heard on CKDM. 

 

The Dauphin Kings are on the road against the Waywayseecappo Wolverines tonight. 

The Wolverines have yet to find their first win of the season off to a 0-9 start.

This is the first of five games on the road for the Kings as they finish the month away from Credit Union Place, returning on Friday, November 4th to host the Winkler Flyers. 

Game time at the Waywayseecappo Wolverines Complex is 7:30.

 

Swan River and Dauphin are in need of referees for the upcoming hockey season. Swan will host a beginners Level 1 and 2 clinic this Saturday.

Dauphin will host a Level 1 and 2 Clinic November 5th, while Russell hosts one November 6th.  A Level 3 Referee Seminar will be offered in Dauphin November 6th as well

Refereeing is a great way to be active within your hockey community, keep fit, and make some extra money.

If you're interested in refereeing the Parkland's Referee in Chief, Kerry Fidierchuck can be reached at 204-572-6208.

The Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame is set to announce it's newest inductees at an upcoming media conference.

Next Monday, October 24th the Hall of Fame will have two separate press conferences at 11:00am. One will be held in Winnipeg, the other in Brandon at the Trails West Inn.

Some local teams could be amoung the inductees to be honoured next summer. 

The Dauphin Clippers have clinched first place in the Rural Manitoba Football League and will have home-field advantage for the playoffs. 

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