With the Dauphin Kings Alumni Game only days away, today's reveal is Curtis Campbell.

Campbell played for the Kings from 1996-2000.

"I think this is a good opportunity to get back with some guys that you spend some of your best years with,' said Campbell. "Playing junior hockey was a lot of fun. It's just going to be fun getting together with the guys in the dressing room to chat, and see where they are now."

In his final season with the Kings, the team finished in second place in the Allard Division in the regular season with a record of 32-28-4.

"It was a great organization to play for," said Campbell. "I lived in Dauphin and grew up there, so to play for your hometown team and have family and friends in the stands was great. To be able to play my junior hockey in Dauphin was something I cherished, and I won't forget my time there."

Campbell notes he doesn't think it's going to be as quick of a pace as back in the day, but it should be a lot of fun.

Campbell will join Team Parkland Source for Sports, as they take on Team Pernarowski Accounting on Saturday at 2:00 p.m.