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After three days of exciting curling action the winners have been announced.

Day two has wrapped up from the Parkland Rec Complex in Dauphin of the high school provincial curling draws.

Day one has wrapped up from the Parkland Rec Complex in Dauphin of the high school provincial curling draws.

The Western Hockey League Champion Brandon Wheat Kings have announced that they will be playing their first round playoff home games at Credit Union Place in Dauphin.

 
Today is day number one of the Manitoba High School Athletic Association Curling Provincials at the Parkland Rec Complex Curling Rink.

 

The Dauphin Kings will begin selling season tickets for their 50th season as early as this Friday and Saturday during their last two home games against the Steinbach Pistons. Tickets will be available for a special early bird price of $189 at these two games ONLY. 

After Saturday prices increase to $199 until the early bird deadline of June 30th, at which point they increase to $209. 

The Student Season Ticket returns at $99 and 30 game Flex Packs return at $229. 

Season ticket holders this year can expect to find some one time use coupons to a number of local businesses amoung their ticket packages in honour of the Kings 50th season. 

 

The Grandview Comets North Central Hockey League season has come to an end after a second straight 7-5 loss at the hands of the Russell Rams in their best of three playoff series. 

The Comets lead 4-1 early in the second period, but the Rams responded with 5 unanswered goals to take a 6-4 lead. The Comets got back on the board in the third to make it a one goal game. 

The Comets were all over the Rams in the last 1:30 but could not convert with the extra skater. The Rams added an empty net goal for insurance with 16 second left.

The Rams now face off with the Swan Valley Stampeders, while the South Division final features Miniota-Elkhorn and Moosomin. Dates have not yet been set. 

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The Parkland Rangers will officially make an appearance in the Manitoba Midget Hockey League post season. 

The Rangers defeated the Norman Northstars 5-2 Saturday to clinch and topped them 7-2 on Sunday for good measure.

The Rangers will meet with the Winnipeg Wild in the first round. The Wild swept the season series 4-0, but the last game was the closest, decided by just one goal in a 4-3 win. 

The Rangers finish the 2016-17 regular season in 8th with 40 points and an 18-22-4 record. 

Stay tuned for playoff info in the coming days.

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