Dauphin Kings' Riley Shamray is an All-Star. The Oak River native was named to the MJHL's second all-star team earlier today.

Shamray has led the Kings' this season with 44 points in 57 games (12G). Riley is also the co-captain of the Kings' and is a fan favourite around town and everywhere he goes. Riley is also a huge reason why the team is heading back to the postseason after clinching their berth last weekend.

"It's pretty cool that this group of guys got us back to the playoffs," said Shamray. "I'm cherishing every single moment as this is my last year. My time with the Kings' and playing junior hockey has been some of the best years of my life."


Swan Valley Stampeders and Swan River's, Josh Tripp has been named the MJHL's Most Valuable Player. The former Parkland Ranger leads the team with 79 points in just 53 games.

Another Stampeder has also been recognized. Quintin Sudom has been named the MJHL's Top Defencemen. A leader on and off the ice, Quintin has 55 points in 50 games this season from the back end.

Stay tuned to hear from Quintin and Josh next week.