With the Dauphin Kings Alumni Game just over a week away, it's time to introduce another player who will hit the ice.

Jon Gaudet is one of the dozens of Alumni's who will be back in Dauphin next Saturday to take part in the Dauphin Kings Alumni Game.

If you signed up to play in the Richard Bogoslowski Memorial Slo-Pitch tournament that was scheduled for this Saturday, you're going to have to wait one more week.

The Winnipeg Jets locked down one of their best players when they announced the signing of Bryan Little.

Not only will September 23 feature the Dauphin Kings home opener against the Virden Oil Capitals, but it will also feature two Alumni games that will take place on that day as well.

The Winnipeg Goldeyes are moving on after they beat the Lincoln Saltdogs 10-9 on Sunday night at Shaw Park, to win their semifinal series 3-1.

The Brandon Wheat Kings kicked off their preseason on Friday evening, and after two games against the Regina Pats, the Wheat Kings are 1-1.

Dauphin's Connor Shaw and Grandview's Branden Storey kicked off their hockey season this weekend, at their home tournament at East End Arena in Winnipeg as they suited up for the Transcona Railer Express.

Saturday evening was the back end of a home and home between the Yorkton Terriers and Dauphin Kings, and the Dauphin Kings earned a split in the two game series, with a 6-5 win in Yorkton.

The Parkland Rangers headed into their first home exhibition game on Saturday fresh off a 4-2 win on Friday, but the same result didn't happen on Saturday evening as the Yorkton Maulers beat the Rangers, 5-1.

Just before the Winnipeg Blue Bombers stomped all over the Saskatchewan Roughriders, a loose moose was stomping around IGF which nearly resulted in the "Banjo Bowl" being delayed.