The World Cup of Hockey may have come and gone, but for some it's a memory that will last a lifetime.
That's the case for Dauphin's Myles Fee, a former Dauphin King who after the turn of the millennium went to play with Manhattanville College in the NCAA.
After his career on the ice Fee became a video coach with the NHL's Edmonton Oilers. His seven years with the Oilers eventually lead to becoming a video coach for Team Europe at the World Cup of Hockey.
Fee described the event as "hockey heaven."
After the World Cup of Hockey, Fee began work for his new team, the American Hockey League's Charlotte Checkers, Carolina's AHL affiliate.
He's still a video coach, but has began taking on other roles with the club and is transitioning into the role of an assistant coach.
For a full interview with Fee tune in to Friday's Kings One Hour Power Play show from 4:00-5:00pm.
The Dauphin Kings have named their three stars of the week and the 'Paper Boys' line has stolen all the spots.
Hard working Grady Hobbs took the third star, he has yet to find the back of the net this season, but the 16-year-old doesn't shy away from the gritty areas or physical play.
Hobbs came close to scoring his first goal on Friday against Winkler, firing a shot of the cross bar.
An honourable mention last week, Brendan Arnold earned the second star nod this time around.
Riese Gaber of Gilbert Plains claimed the first star this week, he had the lone goal in Saturday's loss to Selkirk.
The line has combined for 11 points in the Kings last 5 games.
The Kings are back home on Friday for their third game of the year against the Winkler Flyers.