Main Camp is under a month away for the Dauphin Kings, and as the day approaches... the organization has committed two more players.

The first player is 17-year-old defencemen, Matthew Boonstra, while the second is 19-year-old Riley Buller.


The defender was one of the main pieces in last winter's trade that saw Riese Gaber dealt to Steinbach.

Before a season-ending injury last year, Boonstra was on fire with the Eastman Selects of the Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League. In 16 games, he had 16 points (4 G). The season before with the Selects City Midget club, he had 35 points.


The 19-year-old Buller is coming off a season where he was a scoring machine.

With the Yellowstone Quake in the NA3HL, the native of Colorado Springs had 94 points (40 G) in just 46 games. That total put him in third overall in the 37-team league.

In seven playoff games, Buller added six more goals and two assists.


The Kings kick off their 2018-2019 campaign with "Rookie Camp" on August 30, while Main Camp begins on August 31.

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