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This article was published 22/2/2013 (1584 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Brandonite Mitch Van Teeling had an assist and was named the game’s first star as the Dauphin Kings stretched their winning streak to 16 games with a 4-2 victory over the Swan Valley Stampeders Friday in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League.
In last night’s other MJHL games, it was: Virden Oil Capitals 2, OCN Blizzard 1 in a shootout; Winnipeg Blues 10, Neepawa Natives 0; and Winkler Flyers 3, Selkirk Steelers 2.
At Dauphin, Daulton Siwak scored twice for the Kings (43-11-2).
Jagger Thomas of Boissevain scored one of the goals for the Stampeders (28-22-4), who were kept in the game by Landon Noel’s 47-save performance.
Oil Capitals 2 Blizzard 1 (SO)
At The Pas, Kyler Beckett made 38 saves to get the Oil Capitals (18-30-8) through overtime, then denied both shots he faced the shootout. Michael Gorrie scored the tying goal in the third period, then struck again in the shootout as Virden kept its slim playoff hopes alive.
Tyler Grove scored, while Justin McDonald made 34 saves for the Blizzard (36-16-5).
Blues 10 Natives 0
At Winnipeg, Jake Heisinger and Daniel Fainmen each had a goal and three assists for the Blues (42-13-1). Warren Callis and Scott Rowswell both scored twice for Winnipeg. The Natives fell to 13-36-6.
Flyers 3 Steelers 2
At Selkirk, Tristan Keck had a goal and an assist, while Reed Peters made 34 saves for the Flyers (18-27-9). Brandonite Riley Feser’s 24 saves couldn’t prevent the Steelers (24-28-5) from suffering their 13th straight loss.
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