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The Dauphin Kings dominated from start to finish Tuesday night as they picked up their 30th win of the season.

Capitalizing on four of their five power-play chances, Dauphin hammered Swan Valley, 7-1. It was Dauphin's fifth straight win against the Stampeders this season and they have outscored their Parkland rivals, 30-7, in the process.

Dauphin racked up 57 shots in the contest while Swan Valley, who have long been eliminated from playoff contention, fired just 20 as Austin Seibel made 19 saves for Dauphin to earn the win. Dauphin's first three goals of the game came on the man advantage as they inched closer to the Blizzard for second in the West. Dauphin is now two points back of them with a pair of games in hand.

Gabriel Bugeaud led the way for Dauphin with a pair of goals in the game while Aiden Murray, Naaman Hofer, Jordan Bax, and Rylan Gibbs also scored for Dauphin. Charlie Sandven scored his first goal as a King with just 30 seconds left in the game.

Ahston Paul had three assists while Trey Gnetz and Cayden Glover both had two. The Kings will look to keep it rolling on Friday night when they head to Stride Place to play the Terriers. It will mark the first time that Dauphin has gone up against Aidan Brook and Rhett Perrin since the Kings dealt them both at the trade deadline.