The Dauphin Clippers hockey team put on a clinic this afternoon inside of Credit Union Place.

Ashton Hlady scored twice to lead the team in a 6-1 win against Crocus Plains.

Dauphin out shot them, 63-7.

Cohen Smigelsky, Cole Delamare, Kayden Bodnar, and Jesse Koshowski scored singles in the win.

Dauphin won their 17th game.

The Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy Atom AA Kings are finalists.

Playing in their home tournament, the team played in an entertaining final earlier today.

In the end, they lost to Moosomin, 4-2.

McCreary won the C-Side.

The Gilbert Plains varsity boys basketball team put together a solid weekend at the Glenboro tournament and they have two wins to show for it.

One of those wins came in the bronze medal game as the team finished in third place.

In their first game, they beat Wawanesa, 76-66. They followed that up by dropping a game against Glenboro.

The team would then take care of Souris in the third place game and now they’re back in the Parkland with some bronze medals.

On top of that, they’re the 10th ranked team in the province in the “A” category. 

The Dauphin Kings had 47 shots, they outplayed the Stampeders for a lot of the game, however, they didn’t pick up any points tonight. 

In a game where Swan Valley scored two goals on their first two shots, they skated past Dauphin in a 5-2 win.

Brayden Pawluk and Kaden Bryant scored for Dauphin in the defeat.

Dauphin and Swan Valley will meet again on a Wednesday inside the Swan River Centennial Arena. Darnell Duff will have the call of that game beginning with the pregame show at 7:15.

 

The Grand Plains Atom Hawks are heading to the big dance.

They swept Winnipegosis in a best of three and now they’re heading to the Provincial “C” Championships in early March.

The event is March 6-8.

The Clinic Pharmacy Atom AA Kings picked up another victory at the Atom AA Classic taking place in town.

Playing against The Pas, Dauphin won, 18-1.

In other Parkland action, McCreary lost to Thompson, 3-2.

Moosomin beat Winkler, 5-0, while Brandon got past Carman, 7-3.

One other game saw McCreary and Winkler tie at three. 

The Dauphin Clippers varsity boys basketball team are on top once again. 

Playing in a tournament in Brandon, the team went a perfect 3-0 to win the title.

In their first game, they hammered Crocus Plains, 88-58.

They would follow that up with a big 72-56 win against Vincent Massey in the semifinals. 

In the finals, Dauphin beat The Pas, 76-61.

The Dauphin Kings are set to battle the Swan Valley Stampeders tonight at Credit Union Place.

The theme of the night will be “Ukrainian Night” as Ryan Rauliuk is back with the hit.

There is about 250 tickets left for $5 and they’re available at Credit Union Place at 5:30.

Dauphin enters this evening 11 points behind Swan Valley for fourth place.

Tonight is also the first of a back to back between the teams. They’ll play once again on Wednesday in Swan River.

Game time tonight is set for 7:30.

The Dauphin Kings had a 2-1 lead after 20 minutes tonight, however, they couldn't hold it.

The Portage Terriers scored four straight goals to beat Dauphin, 5-2.

It was a sense of revenge for Portage, who lost to the Kings, 2-0, last week.

Carter Sawchuk and Austin Lamotte scored for Dauphin in the loss.

Next up for the Kings is Ukrainian Night which is Saturday night. There is still 250 tickets available for purchase at 5:30 at Credit Union Place.

The Dauphin Clippers ran into a hot Sandy Bay Badgers team tonight. 

The Badgers opened up a 3-0 lead and they held on to beat the Clippers, 5-2, inside of Credit Union Place.

Kayden Bodnar and Brayden Broome scored for Dauphin in the game who are still 16-2-1-1.

Sandy Bay, meanwhile, is 16-2.

Noah Hanneson scored the game-winner as the Clinic Pharmacy Atom AA Kings are on the board at the Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy Atom AA Classic.

Hanneson also had an assist in the 5-4 win over Brandon.

Noah Smigelski had one goal and two assists while Jake Myhre and Forrest Karlson both scored in the win for Dauphin. 

Parks Gardner also scored.

They play their next game tomorrow at 1:15 against The Pas Huskies.