The Dauphin Kings are back in the win column. For the most part, they dominated Winnipeg as they beat the Blues, 4-1 in their only game of the weekend.

In their first visit to the Rink Hockey Training Centre, Dauphin used a strong power play and things started early.

7:09 into the contest, Grady Hobbs beat a screened Cooper Hatfield as Dauphin went up 1-0 on the power play. Baron Thompson and Hugo Laflamme notched the assists.

1:06 into the second, Dauphin kept things going on the man advantage. This time it was Nakodan Greyeyes who beat Hatfield to put Dauphin up 2-0.

Winnipeg did respond in the third. 7:58 into the final frame, Jack Oleksiuk snapped a shot past Duncan McGovern. Still up 2-1, Dauphin pushed and they made it happen. 

On a pass from Austin Lamotte, Carter Sawchuk made it 3-1 at the 15:47 mark.

With 1:48 left, Avery Smith scored into the empty net as Dauphin skated off with a 4-1 win.

The Kings are now 2-5-0-1 and they’ll continue their season on Wednesday in Waywayseecappo.