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Monday, 04 September 2017 17:02

Kings dominant in preseason opener!

After a four day training camp that began on Thursday afternoon, the Dauphin Kings kicked off their preseason schedule this afternoon at Credit Union Place, and they looked dominant in beating the visiting Swan Valley Stampeders, 4-1 on home ice.
When the puck hits the ice this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. at Credit Union Place, the Dauphin Kings will play their first preseason game of the season, and a begin a stretch of eight games in the next 13 days, concluding on September 16 in Virden, against the Oil Capitals.
Sunday, 03 September 2017 19:02

Bombers winning streak snapped

It was a fantastic August, but September began in a dreadful way for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, as they opened the month in Regina in the "Labour Day Classic" and lost 38-24.
Sunday, 03 September 2017 18:41

Team Butch Goring triumphant in JoFo Cup

The annual "JoFo Cup" took place on Sunday afternoon at Credit Union Place as Dauphin Kings Training Camp wrapped up, and team Butch Goring came away with a 7-4 win.
7-2 and 4-4, those are the records of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Saskatchewan Roughriders, when the two hook up in Regina for the Labour Day Classic this afternoon.
When Ray Baker and Lisa Hale Menard hit the ice on Saturday afternoon at the Granite Curling Club, they knew it was win or go home, and after eight ends, the duo from Dauphin are heading back home.
Saturday, 02 September 2017 08:45

Baker and Menard in win or go home mode

Dauphin's Ray Baker and Lisa Hale Menard kicked off their Canad Inns Mixed Doubles Classic yesterday in Winnipeg, and day one didn't go as planned.
If you're looking to head to the Banjo Bowl on September 9 between the Bombers, and Roughriders, you may be in luck.
Friday, 01 September 2017 12:52

KINGS UPDATE: Scrimmage #1

Day two of Dauphin Kings fall camp is underway, and the first of three scrimmages took place this morning at Credit Union Place.
Dauphin's Garrett Hrechka was in Neepawa yesterday, as he took part in the Neepawa Natives training camp.