The Dauphin Kings were once again the losing party in the extra period in Steinbach on back-to-back nights.
The Pistons scored the game winner on a 3-on-1 in overtime during Pink in the Rink night in Steinbach.
Brandon Holtby had his second strong outing in as many nights for the Kings, stopping 38 of 41 shots.
Riese Gaber scored his first of the season to open the scoring. The goal he was awarded on Tuesday in Waywayseecappo was actually scored by #13 Graeme Hore.
Defenseman Dawson Bacon scored his first goal as a Dauphin King.
Steinbach got the tie to force overtime when Piston player Carter Chorney hit a Kings player from behind, and three Kings came to their teammate's defense. Four Pistons resumed play and Troy Williams scored to tie.
While the Kings main opponent was wearing pink on Saturday, perhaps their biggest opponents were wearing black and white stripes.
The Kings are next in action October 28th in Winkler, and October 29th in Selkirk before returning home to play the Winkler Flyers November 4th.
The MJHL's top team is still undefeated, though the Kings pushed them even closer to the edge than they did last Saturday. Ultimately Steinbach came out on top 3-2.
Brendan Arnold opened the scoring for the Kings at 8:58 on the power play receiving a pass from Gilbert Plains' Riese Gaber and tapping the puck by Pistons goaltender Roman Bengert, the goal was Arnold's first in the MJHL.
Steinbach answered back on the power play in the first period when Mackenzie Graham set up his brother Declan at 17:04 for the tie. It was the longest time Steinbach has trailed all year.
There was no scoring in the second period and that was thanks to Kings goaltender Brandon Holtby who had at least four highlight reel saves in the frame to keep the game knotted at 1.
In the third period Kyle Oleksiuk found the back of the net, diving at a loose puck for his fifth goal of the season and restore the Kings lead.
Oleksiuk was given hist fourth stick penalty of the game, and Darby Gula equalized for the Pistons on the power play with 1:32 left in the third, forcing overtime.
Mackenzie Graham kept the Pistons undefeated title in tact scoring just 0:18 seconds into overtime on a play that the Kings are adamant was offside.
The Kings are now 2-9-1 on the season, but have a chance at another two points against Steinbach Saturday night. Tune in at 7:20 for the Parkland Source for Sports pregame show with CKDM Sports Director Dane Nichol.
The Dauphin Kings have swapped defensemen with the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.
The Kings have sent Trevor Kavanaugh to Wayway in exchange for defenseman Riley Shamray.
Shamray dressed for the WHL's Lethbridge Hurricanes for 5 games this season and played in 58 contests for the Wolverines last season, collecting 27 points.
Shamray is a '98 birth year and will a part of the Kings plans over the next couple of years.
The Kings head to Steinbach Friday for a weekend back-to-back series.
Over 250 hockey-playing alumni will return to Brandon University in a couple weeks to celebrate 93 years of hockey.
BU is welcoming back former Bobcats and College Caps players to partake in alumni weekend festivities November 4th and 5th.
Two alumni games are scheduled for the Saturday featuring many former Dauphin Kings and people who later settled in the Parkland after their BU playing days.
The first game starts at 1:00pm for alumni ages 50-and-over. A 49-and-under game will follow afterwards. Both games are free to attend.
We'll have more on the Bobcats Hockey alumni weekend on November 4th's Kings One Hour Power Play show.
Grandview's Ryan Pulock is heading back to the show.
The New York Islanders have recalled Pulock from the AHL's Bridgeport Sound Tigers on an emergency basis after Shane Prince was placed on emergency reserve.
Pulock finished last season with the Isles, recording 4 points in 15 games, and another three points in 6 playoff contests. He has one point through two games with Bridgeport to start this season.
Pulock could suit up for the Isles tomorrow when they host the Coyotes.