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Thursday, 16 February 2017 10:32

Pair of Important Games for Kings Friday

It's an off night in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League, but Friday the league presents an action packed schedule with 10 of 11 teams in action.

The Kings host the Winnipeg Blues tomorrow for minor hockey night, fans will also have the chance to Skate with the Kings after the game. 

The Swan Valley Stampeders visit Neepawa in a game that could significantly impact the standings as Swan, the Kings, and Neepawa are all fighting over the last playoff spot.

 

Currently Swan Valley sits in 8th palce with 40 points, the Kings are in 9th with 36 points, and right behind them in 10th are the Neepawa Natives with 35 points. Neepawa has the most games left with 9, while Swan has 7, and the Kings have the fewest at 5. 

Elsewhere Stienbach visits Virden, Wayway is in OCN, and Selkirk entertains Portage. 

 

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