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 Check out what's happening in sports today!

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Check out what's happening in sports today!

 

The Parkland Rangers dropped their home opener to the Winnipeg Thrashers 3-2 

The Thrashers scored in the second period to break the scoreless tie. 

Goals came fast and furious in the third, Tanyon Koshowski evened the game for the Rangers to start. 

The Thrashers scored two more to lead 3-1, including the goal which would stand as the game winner on the power play.

Mark Liwiski scored with just over five minutes left to bring the Rangers within one. 

The Rangers applied plenty of pressure in the last few minutes of play but were unable to find the back of the net.

The Rangers are now 2-2 on the season. 

The Rangers are in action on Wednesday against Brandon, and play their next home game on Saturday against Pembina Valley. 

 

The Dauphin Kings lost Saturday night's game in Virden 6-2 to the Oil Caps.

Virden exploded for four goals in the first period.

The Oil Capitals special teams proved to be the difference in the game, scoring twice on the power play and once short-handed.

Gilbert Plains' Riese Gaber scored hist first goal of the season, while Graeme Hore added his third for the Kings. 

 

The Dauphin Kings dropped their third consecutive game at home to Winkler Friday night, a 7-3 loss. 

The Flyers struck three times on the power play, Dauphin found the back of the net twice on the power play. 

Trevor Kavanaugh scored from the point just six seconds into Dauphin's first power play. 

Kyle Oleksiuk scored his third goal of the season to even the game 2-2.

Winkler scored three goals, including two on the powerly in the last three minutes of the second period to storm out in front 5-2.

In the third Darren Gisti scored his first career MJHL goal ti make the game 5-3. 

Parklanders Tyler Jubenvill and Coltyn Bates each had a goal and an assist for the Flyers.

Dauphin is on the road to Winkler tomorrow, game time is 7:30, tune in at 7:20 for the pre-game show with CKDM Sports Director Dane Nichol.

The MJHL has released their College Prospects Watch List and a Parklander is on it.