Grandview's own Ryan Pulock has been named the AHL's Player of the Week.
The New York Islanders defensive prospect recorded three goals and three assists and was a plus 6 in four contests with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.
He had two goals, including the overtime winner against Roblin's Jayce Hawryluk and the Springfield Thunderbirds. He also had the lone goal in a 1-0 win over the Providence Bruins.
Pulock has 22 points (10 G, 12 A) through 27 games with Bridgeport this season.
The Dauphin Clippers host the curling provincials at the end of next week.
Stay tuned to CKDM over the next couple weeks as we'll be talking with the DRCSS host teams who are both coming off Zone 8 Championships.
NOLAN HADWAY - SKIP
JONATHAN KOHAN - THIRD
BRETT WERBISKI - SECOND
LAWSON YATES - LEAD
STEVEN ZURBA - ALTERNATE
HANNE JENSEN - SKIP
LAURYN KUZYK - THIRD
SARA KOHAN - SECOND
EMMA JENSEN - LEAD
RENEE DESROCHES - ALTERNATE
The Parkland Rangers had exactly the weekend they needed to get themselves into favourable position before the playoffs begin.
The Rangers topped the Eastman Selects 6-3 and the Southwest Cougars 5-2 to move three points ahead of the Cougars in the standings and into the last playoff spot.
The Rangers are not yet guaranteed the playoffs as they and the Cougars are still competing for the final spot, the Kenora Thistles have been mathematically eliminated.
The Rangers are in Yellowhead tomorrow before playing a weekend double-header against Norman on the road.
The Dauphin Kings and Virden Oil Capitals combined for 8 goals through the first twenty minutes of play in Dauphin's 5-4 win Saturday in Virden.
Special teams were key for the Kings in the first, scoring 3 of their five goals with the man, sometimes two-man, advantage. The Kings finished 3 for 5 on the PP, while Virden was 2 for 4.
The Kings raced out of the gate, scoring 4 goals before the first was even halfway done, chasing Oil Caps tender Riley McVeigh from the net in the process, who allowed 4 goals on 6 shots.
Despite scoring 5 goals on 10 shots in the first, and adding another 21 in the second, the Kings could not find the net again on the night. In the third period they were really on their heels, throwing only 3 shots on net while Virden sent 14 the King's way and added a goal. Despite being outplayed in the third the Kings hung on for the Victory.
The Kings snapped a four game losing skid, dating back to February 1st, to earn their first win of the month. They're back to within 4 points of the Swan Valley Stampeders, and four ahead of Neepawa once again. Both Swan and Neepawa were idle tonight.
The Kings are back on home ice Sunday to host the Selkirk Steelers at 6:00pm at CUP.
DAUPHIN KINGS at 2:33 (PP) - Howard Yawit from Ashton Clark and Riley Shamray
DAUPHIN KINGS at 3:13 - Graeme Hore from Matthew Bartel
DAUPHIN KINGS at 6:28 (PP) - Matty Greening from Ashton Clark and Ian Briscoe
DAUPHIN KINGS at 7:40 (PP) - Ashton Clark from Ian Briscoe and Trevor Selk
VIRDEN OIL CAPITALS at 10:31 (PP) - Mac Hardy from Kirklan Lycar and Dylan Thiessen
VIRDEN OIL CAPITALS at 12:22 - Kyle Salaway from Sam Schultz and Carter Cowlthorp
DAUPHIN KINGS at 15:39 - Brendan Arnold from Brett Piper and Trevor Selk
VIRDEN OIL CAPITALS at 18:51 (PP) - Ben Dalke from Mack Hardy
VIRDEN OIL CAPITALS at 7:11 - Carter Cowlthorp from Jordan Thomson and Tyler Kirkup