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When the Transcona Railer Express hit the ice yesterday to kick off their preseason training camp, 19-year-old, Branden Storey was there.

Registration is still open to take part in a female hockey camp, which will start this Sunday at Credit Union Place.

For the second straight day, the Dauphin Kings heavily outplayed the Swan Valley Stampeders, this time beating the Stamps 3-0 in Swan River.

Gilbert Plain's Connor Shaw is getting set to begin his hockey season this evening when the Transcona Railer Express kick off their training camp.

Roblin's Jayce Hawryluk's schedule for the next week was supposed to include Florida Panthers rookie camp, but because of Hurricane Irma, the rookie camp was canceled, and now Jayce is waiting until Main Camp opens up September 14.

For the first time this season, the Dauphin Kings will hit the road, as they travel to Swan River to take on the Swan Valley Stampeders this evening as they continue their eight game preseason schedule.

Dauphin's Mark Liwiski has had a busy preseason so far, and it continued over the weekend as him and the rest of the Everett Silvertips hit the ice in the "Preseason Classic" that included Tri-City, Seattle, and Portland.

By no means is it the end goal, but as the Winnipeg Goldeyes wrapped up their regular season Sunday, they have something to be proud of, as not only did they top the North Division, but the entire league.

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.

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.