Dayton Reinboldt scored a pair of goals as the Dauphin Kings evened their best-of-seven Manitoba Junior Hockey League Sher-Wood Division semifinal series at two games apiece with a 5-2 win over the Waywayseecappo Wolverines on Wednesday night.
Guillaume Naud scored the game-winning goal for the visiting Kings, who got a 27-save performance from Killarney’s Brian Archibald.
Former Brandon Wheat King Ryley Miller had three assists and Souris’s Tanner Butler picked up one for Dauphin. Pilot Mound’s Brett Pinkerton set up both of Russell Turner’s markers for Wayway.
In Wednesday’s other games, it was: OCN Blizzard 5, Swan Valley Stampeders 1; Winnipeg Blues 4, Winkler Flyers 2; and Portage Terriers 6, Steinbach Pistons 4.
Blizzard 5 Stampeders 1
At The Pas, Kolton Baptiste netted a pair of goals for the Blizzard, which took a commanding 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven Sher-Wood Division semifinal. Killarney’s Colton Magwood scored for the Stampeders.
Blues 4 Flyers 2
At Winnipeg, Brett Brooks paced a balanced attack with a goal and an assist for the Blues, who did all of their scoring in the third period. Brandon’s Tanner Jago scored one of Winkler’s goals and Cartwright’s Jory Mullin set up the other. The Blues took a 3-0 lead in their best-of-seven Addison Division semifinal.
Terriers 6 Pistons 4
At Steinbach, Zack Waldvogel recorded a hat trick to lead the Terriers to their first victory in the other best-of-seven Addison Division semifinal, which they now trail 2-1. Elkhorn’s Shawn Bowles scored one goal for the Terriers, while his brother Bradley and Dauphin’s Justin Slobozian each had one assist. Treherne’s Justin Dalebozik had one assist for Steinbach.
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition March 14, 2013