The Dauphin Rec Hockey League returns again this year.
Registration opens on August 1st. The early bird registration cost is $300.
Early bird registration deadline closes September 16th.
After September 16th registration increases to $350.
The season opens one month later on October 16th.
Teams will be chosen on October 1st.
To register see or call Bob Murray at Dean Cooley GM, or call him at (204) 638-3368.
Be sure to like their Facebook page: facebook.com/DauphinRecHockey/
Dauphin Rec Hockey League - Junior Division will have registration in the lobby of the CUP Monday August the 8th and Tuesday August the 9th from 5pm to 7pm. The League will run Wednesday's and Fridays starting in October.
The last of three Hockey Canada summer showcase camps starts today.
Forty one players are at the Team Canada National Junior Team Camp over the next week, star forward for the Brandon Wheat Kings, Nolan Patrick, is attending.
On Wednesday Team Canada travels to Plymouth for a mini tournament against Finland, Sweden and the US.
Players will be monitored throughout their CHL season and during the CHL Canada Russia Series before 22 of them are chosen for Canada's World Junior roster.
The world junior championship is held in Toronto and Montreal this year starting Boxing Day and ends with the bronze and gold medal games on January 5th.
A number of football players from the Parkland have cracked the Westman Wolverine's roster.
Jacob Thacker, and Travis Dumas-Weigelt from Dauphin return for their second year.
New to the Wolverines this year out of Dauphin are Mitchel Prawdzik, William Devos, and Layton Demchuk.
Casey Conrad from Ste. Rose, and Curtis Firman are the veterans coming out of the Parkland, heading into their third seasons.
Also joining the team from Ste. Rose this year is Nico Muskego, who's coming over from the Winnipeg Rifles of the Canadian Junior Football League.
The Wolverines open their Major Manitoba Junior Football League season on August 6th against the St. James Rods.
Grandview's Koby Morrisseau and Foxwarren's Dawson Barteaux are headed to Calgary for Canada's National Under-17 Development Camp.