Some new Dauphin Kings helped the team win after a great effort inside Tundra Oil & Gas Place.

Kaden Bryant scored two goals while Levi Mitchell made 39 saves in a 5-2 win against the red-hot Virden Oil Capitals. Virden came into the game winners of seven straight.

Braeden Young also scored his first goal as a King, late in the game.

Carter Sawchuk and Grady Hobbs also scored in the win. 

Colby Jaquet, who was also playing in his first game with Dauphin was solid.

Dauphin won their 19th game of the season and they’ll look to make it 20 on Tuesday. 

The Dauphin Super 8 Bantam Kings had a few solid performances and they wrapped up the weekend by winning a title.

Playing in the Tournament of Champions event in Souris, the team came together to win a championship.

Four different players chipped in offensively and the team had a solid defensive effort in a 4-1 win.

Liam Chartrand set up Liam Musgrave who opened up the scoring.

Braydyn Tkachyk would score Dauphin’s second goal with Matthew Zurba and Jackson Buchanan getting the assists.

Tyron Sweetman would then score Dauphin’s third goal and that was assisted by Jaymen Fee and Logan Chapman.

Matthew Zurba would cap off the scoring for Dauphin in the solid victory. William Miner and Braydyn Tkachyk had the assists.

Three Dauphin players were named tournament all-stars. 

The list includes Tkachyk, Zurba, and Oliver Dandeneau.

Brayden Dube added another three goals as the Bantam Rangers put together a solid effort in a 7-3 win against the Winnipeg Hawks.

Carter Zalischuk, Madden Murray, Will Munro, and Aiden Ziprick all scored singles in the win.

Parkland is now 16-6-2 and they still remain atop the West Division. 

Dube leads the province with 53 goals. 

It was a dream start for the Parkland U18 Rangers earlier today, however, they couldn't sustain it.

Taggert Plouffe scored once, Steven Arp tallied two goals while Garrett Hrechka had one as the Rangers jumped out to a 4-0 lead and they led 4-1 after 20.

The Central Plains Capitals scored four straight to take a 5-4 lead into the third.

Parkland would tie it late in the third, but the Capitals scored the game-winner with just less than three minutes left as they skated off with a 6-5 win.

The Rangers are now five points back of a playoff spot. They play in Carberry on Friday and in Swan River next Sunday.

The Dauphin Clippers varsity girls basketball team put together a solid weekend.

In the end, Dauphin beat Neepawa, 49-40, to win a bronze medal.

Dauphin also beat Gladstone in their first game before falling to Neelin in their second game.

Three new players will be in lineup when the Dauphin Kings hit the ice tonight.

Levi Mitchell and Colby Jaquet both came over from the Selkirk Steelers prior to Friday’s deadline.

The team has also added Kaden Bryant. He started the season with the Sherwood Park Crusaders where he had nine points.

Dauphin enters tonight’s game seven points behind Virden in the standings. It’s also the second of two meetings in the past week between the teams.

Back on Tuesday, the Oil Capitals beat Dauphin.

Darnell Duff will have the pregame show tonight starting at 6:45.

The Parkland U18 Rangers outshot Interlake tonight, but they couldn't secure any points.

In a game where they fired 35 shots, the Rangers dropped a 3-1 game.

Jayce Legaarden scored Parkland's lone goal in the game.

The Rangers play Central Plains on Sunday afternoon inside Credit Union Place. A win would see them sit one point behind the Capitals for the final playoff spot.

The Dauphin Clippers hockey team came home after a fourth-place finish in the Piper Classic in Winnipeg.

Playing in the bronze medal game, the Clippers lost to the CJS Olympiens from Winnipeg.

Dauphin still won a couple of games at the tournament and they played well against the River East Kodiaks who are the top team in the province.

Yesterday was a great day in Winnipeg for a few members of the Parkland Bantam Rangers program.

Kyan Grouette, Carter Zalischuk, Will Munro, Brayden Dube, Aiden Ziprick, and Tom White all represented the Parkland region at the AAA All-Star Game.

Prior to the game, Grouette won the rapid fire contest while Zalischuk won the puck control contest.

In the game, Team Army fell short, 6-2, but Ranger players contributed on both goals.

The team as a whole plays the Winnipeg Hawks today.

The Dauphin Clippers junior varsity girls basketball team is coming home from Brandon with a championship trophy.

The team had a fantastic week en route to winning all three of their games and a title in the process.

In the final, Tazz Genik had two three pointers and 19 points total in a 73-12 win against the Vincent Massey grade 9 team.

Prior to the finals, Maddie Amyotte was the Player of the Game in their first game as they beat Vincent Massey, 64-42. She also had 19 points.

In the semifinals, Cali Hudyma had 10 points as Dauphin beat Crocus Plains, 53-45.

The Dauphin Clippers varsity boys basketball team are the fifth ranked team in the province and they’re champions again. 

They beat Morden to complete a perfect weekend as they hosted their home tournament.

Dauphin also beat Ebb & Flow and Norway House on their way to winning a title, the team’s second of the season.