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The first period saw the Kings drop back by three goals after some tough defensive breakdowns. It carried on a little bit into the second period before Ryan Edevold (6) was able to stop the bleeding by making it 4-1. From there Dauphin actually didn’t play too bad. In the third period they made it a bit closer on a tally by local product Taran Lacquette (4). However after a tough goalie interference penalty the Steelers capitalized on the Power Play and didn’t look back.

Dauphin did have a five minute man advantage in the third period and a 5 on 3 but couldn’t get the momentum back.

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