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The Clippers will hold their Ochre River Duck Race Fundraiser on October 22nd, pushed back a week from its original start due to recent flooding.


The Dauphin Kings surrendered the first goal of the game to the Swan Valley Stampeders. A cause for concern for the Kings, who were 0-6 when the opposing team scores first.

The Kings decided to skew that stat by using three goal first and third periods to scream to a 6-1 win. 

Brandon Holtby was solid for the Kings in net, stopping 50 of 51 shots sent his way. 

Chartrand kept at the top of the Kings scoring list by evening the score for the Kings. Exactly two minutes later the big man, Austin Douglas jumped up on the play and fired his first MJHL goal and game-winner off the post and in. Keaton Leininger scored the insurance goal for the Kings to leave the first with a 3-1 lead.

In the third Douglas scored again, and another defenseman decided to join in the party when Carson Romeril fired a blast from the point. Kyle Oleksiuk added his fourth goal of the season in the last minute of the game.

Douglas, Oleksiuk, Leininger, Hore, and Kochanski each had two point nights. Kochanski joined the Kings late last week, and now has 3 points in as many games.

The win breaks a four game skid for the Kings and puts them at 2-6 on the season. They're back in action Friday when they travel to Portage. Tune into CKDM at 7:20 for the Parkland Source for Sports Pregame Show with Sports Director Dane Nichol.



The 2016 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge runs Oct 27-Nov 5th in Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

The Westman High School Hockey League Schedule is out.

The Kings face off with the Swan Valley Stampeders tonight for the third time this season. 


A member of the Parkland Gators has been chosen to compete for Team Manitoba at the North American Indigenous Games.
Brendan Cruickshanks of the Gators will represent Team Manitoba at the Games in Toronto next July 16-23.
Cruickshanks says he's thankful for the training the Gators have given him to reach this once in a lifetime opportunity. 
As the Manitoba Aboriginal Sports and Recreation Council and North American Indigenous Games Team Manitoba do not receive funding for athletes, so athletes must rely entirely on sponsorship and fundraising to help pay for team uniforms, travel, accommodations, and meals. 
Reit-Syd Equipment of Dauphin has stepped forward as one sponsor for Cruickshanks. He's still looking for more funding to cover costs as it's approximately $1700-2000 per athlete to participate. 
If you would like to sponsor Brendan or would like more information about sponsorship, contact his mother Brenda at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Jeremy Leipsic of the Portage Terriers have been named the Recycle Everywhere MJHL Player of the Week. 

Tyler Jubenvill of Gilbert Plain's had a goal and four assists for the Winkler Flyers over the weekend, an effort that came up just short of Leipsic's.

Jordan Bochinski of the Steinbach Pistons was also a runner up. 

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