Dauphin, Canada

Here are the results:

Draw Three

Dauphin‘s Rozak beat Wilkinson.

Dauphin’s Johnson falls to Atkins.

Draw Four

Dauphin‘s Steiner beats Cote.

The Dauphin Bullets kicked-off their Parkland Source for Sports Novice Classic yesterday with a win.

They beat McCreary, 8-3.

The Grandview Comets picked up two points last night, as they beat Foxwarren, 7-5.

Regan Hedley and Devron Jakeman both had two goals for the Comets. 

Steegan Stoski and Joran Hedley had one goal each, while Jason Shaw picked up his first goal of the season, and it ended up being the game-winner.

The Dauphin Kings didn't score first, but they scored four-straight, as they beat the Waywayseecappo Wolverines, 4-1, last night at Credit Union Place. 

Just 2:47 into the game, the Wolverines took a 1-0 lead. From there, it was all Kings.

Kyle Oleksiuk and Thomas Hansell scored two beautiful goals in the first, as the Kings led, 2-1, after 20.

No goals were scored in the second, but the Kings dominated the third, with two more beautiful goals off the stick of Jaymes Knee, on a breakaway, and Thomas Hansell, who picked up his second of the game.

The Parkland Source for Sports Novice Classic kicked off earlier today, and two Dauphin teams were in action.

The Dauphin Thunder lost their game, 8-0, while Dauphin Fire won, 7-1.

The Dauphin Kings will hook up with the Waywayseecappo Wolverines for the fifth time this season tonight, and the two teams have had a battle of a series all season long.

Since beating the Wolverines, 4-2, way back in October, the Kings have beaten the Wolverines two more times, both in overtime on the road.

The Wolverines beat the Kings last time they played in Dauphin, 6-5, in which the Wolverines came back from a 5-3 deficit in the third.

The last time the Kings and Wolverines hooked up was last Friday when the Kings beat the Wolverines, 4-3, in overtime; a game in which they trailed three separate times.

Both teams come into tonight’s game riding a one-game losing streak, with Dauphin’s coming against Winnipeg, while Wayway lost to Virden earlier this week.

Brendan Arnold and Jaymes Knee have the hot sticks against the Wolverines, both putting up five points in three games against them, while Riley Vautour leads the way for Wayway, with his six points in four games, two of which were goals when the Wolverines beat Dauphin, in Dauphin, earlier this season.

Tonight’s game is the second of four-straight on home ice for the Kings before they welcome Selkirk tomorrow and Portage early next week.

Puck drop for tonight's game is set for 7:30.

After a loss this morning, the Dauphin Clippers rebounded in a big way, by beating John Taylor, 6-1.

Austin Storey and Brandon Racette both chipped in two goals for the Clippers, while Ty Hassel and Riley Hammond scored one apiece.

The Clippers will get the rest of the day off before the playoffs begin tomorrow.

 

Lois Rozak kicked off her Golden Gals Provincial Championship this morning with a win.

Norma Johnson, who also hit the ice in opening draw action, dropped her first game.

Dauphin's Dawn Steiner lost her first game of the Championships earlier this afternoon.

It's going to be all hockey, all weekend, at Credit Union Place, and the Rotary Arena, as the Parkland Source for Sports Novice Classic kicks-off later today.

Below you can view the schedule for both Credit Union Place and Rotary Arena.

CreditUnionPlaceSchedule

RotaryArenaSchedule

 

 

The Grandview Comets will look to snap their longest regulation losing streak of the season tonight, when they head to Foxwarren, to take on the Falcons.

After kicking off the season with five straight wins, the Comets are 4-4-1, in their last nine games, but did beat Foxwarren the last time the two teams met, 6-1, earlier this year.

Tonight’s game also kicks off the first of back-to-back games for the team, as they’ll be on home-ice tomorrow, in the regular season finale against Rivers.

Puck drop tonight is set for 8:30, at the Foxwarren Arena.

The action all kicks-off this morning at the Dauphin Curling Club, as the Golden Gals Provincial Championships take centre stage.

The 9:00 am draw features two local teams, in Lois Rozak and her team, and Norma Johnson and her foursome.

At noon, Dawn Steiner and her foursome will play their first game.