Logan Storey had an incredible game scoring four goals, but it wasn't enough as the Dauphin Clippers season came to an end yesterday.

The Raiders beat the Clippers, 5-4 to advance to the Championship series in the WHSHL.

 

It wasn't the result they wanted, but the Dauphin Kings battled to the last minute in a 6-2 loss to Virden that ended their season tonight. 

Both teams went back and forth with chances in the first 17 minutes of the first, but then Virden capitalized on their chances with four goals in the periods last three minutes to lead 4-0 after 20.

Brendan Arnold scored his first of the game midway through the second to trim the deficit to 4-1 after 40.

Arnold scored his second of the game on a breakaway in the third to trim the deficit to 4-2, but that's as close as the Kings would come. 

Virden added two more goals, one being an empty net to pick up the two points and clinch the second spot heading into playoffs. 

After a tough setback last night in game two of their semifinal series against Killarney, the Dauphin Clippers and Raiders will hook up again tonight for a berth in the Championship series in the WHSHL.

The Clippers led by two goals yesterday before giving up two in the third, and one in overtime.

Game time tonight is set for 8:30 at Credit Union Place.

The Dauphin Bantam Kings are one win away from the Championship series in the Parkissimo Hockey League.

They kicked off their semifinal best of three series with a 6-1 win against Minnedosa. 

After going down 1-0 in the game, Declan Sweetman tied the game up for the Kings, and Rylan Gibbs gave the Kings a 2-1 lead after the first. 

From there, it was all Kings as Keanu Woodhouse, Kayden Bodnar, Julien Clement and Bodnar scored his second in the big win. 

It's day two of the Provincial Hockey Championships, and here are the schedules for the Parkland teams on the ice today.

Grand Plains Women's Atom Ice Dogs

5:00 p.m. vs Morden.

Neepawa Peewee B

11:45 p.m. vs Red River, 5:00 p.m. vs Brandon.

Parkland Rangers Bantam Women's

12:00 p.m. vs Eastman, 7:30 p.m. Pembina Valley.

 

The Dauphin Kings 50th Anniversary Season has reached its final game as the team gets set to battle with the Virden Oil Capitals tonight in Virden.

In five previous meetings between the two clubs, it's been all Oil Capitals as they've scored 40 goals, while the Kings have mustered 13.

The Kings (14-43-1-1) will look to rebound after a 10-4 loss last night against Swan Valley, while tonight's game is a huge one for the Oil Capitals.

With a win tonight, the Oil Capitals (39-17-2-1) would clinch the second spot in the league heading into the playoffs, while a loss and a Portage win would mean Virden would enter the playoffs as the three seed.

After scoring in three straight games, Kyle Oleksiuk's point streak was snapped last night.

Offensively the Oil Capitals have the second most goals in the league behind the Pistons.

You can hear all the action tonight in the season finale right here on 730CKDM beginning with the pregame show with Darnell Duff just before 7:20.

 

Photo Credit - Dauphin Kings

Danny McDonald once again shut the door and the Grandview Comets rewarded him with some goals as the Comets won, 5-0 against Swan Valley last night.

The win gives the Comets a 1-0 lead in the best of five series, with game two set tonight in Grandview at 7:30.

Here are the results from day one of the Provincial Championships for several Parkland teams.

Dauphin Peewee AA

Beat Portage, 10-4 and Morden, 4-0.

Bantam AAA Women's Rangers

Tied Norman, 3-3.

Winnipegosis Midget B/C

Beat Cross Lake, 18-0 and Steinbach, 7-3.

Grand Plains Ice Dogs Atom Women's

Beat Ste. Anne, 10-2.

Swan Valley Peewee A

Beat Virden, 5-2 and Swan Valley, 6-3.

Russell Peewee C

Beat Hartney/Deloraine, 9-2 and Southern Steelers, 11-1.

 

 

The Dauphin Clippers had a two-goal lead heading into the third period, but they couldn't hold it as they lost, 3-2 against Killarney in overtime.

After a scoreless first period, Hunter Glover and Drayson Kruk scored to put the Clippers up two heading into the final 20.

Killarney evened it up in the third, and ended up winning, 3-2 in overtime to even the series up at one. 

 

The Dauphin Kings made it close at one point, but ended up losing, 10-4 against Swan Valley tonight. 

The Stamps jumped out to a 3-0 lead, but Dauphin then trimmed the deficit as Matt Bartel scored late in the first, and Brendan Arnold notched one early in the second. 

From there, it was all Swan as they scored seven more goals, while the Kings scored just two.

Wilson Northey and Jaymes Knee scored for the Kings in the third. 

Photo Credit - Dauohin Kings

Sifton's Kelton Amendt will be competing in six events at the Manitoba Winter Games in Thompson when his events starts on March 7.

"I'm really looking forward to the 50M breaststroke, and the 100M IM," said Kelton. "I'm really excited to go to the Games."

Kelton has prior Games experience, after competing in the Manitoba Summer Games in 2016.

"That was a great experience," said Kelton. "Now I can't wait to experience the Winter Games, and meet some new people."

The 13-year-old just recovered from an injury, but he isn't making that an excuse heading into the Games.

"I've been training really hard," said Kelton. "So, I'm hoping it all pays off."

Kelton also notes he's ready to swim his best.