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Kings stomp Stampeders

Jesse Sinatynski scored two goals and set up two others as the Dauphin Kings shut out the host Swan Valley Stampeders 5-0 in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League Wednesday night.

Jeff Archibald also scored two goals, while Guillaume Naud added the other and picked up one assist for Dauphin.

Jon Gaudet recorded two assists for the league-leading Kings (33-11-2), who expanded their winning streak to six games.

Jeremy Pominville stopped all 27 shots he faced to record his fourth shutout of the season. Meanwhile, Landon Noel made 34 saves for the Stampeders (27-17-4).

In Wednesday night’s other game, it was: Steinbach Pistons 6, Virden Oil Capitals 4.

Pistons 6 Oil Capitals 4

At Steinbach, Trent Genyk scored four goals and Richard Olson picked up three assists for the Pistons (24-19-3). Nick Kobelka and Myles Nykoluk also scored for the home side.

Souris’ Ben Williams led Virden (16-28-6), which has lost its last seven contests, with one goal and one helper. Jordan Greig, who’s also from Souris, Ryan Leaf and Lyrik Friesen netted the other goals for the Oil Capitals.

Zach Rakochy made 17 saves to earn the win in Steinbach’s net. Ty Edmonds allowed three goals on six shots in the first 7:38 in the game before giving way to Kyler Beckett, who stopped 32 of the 35 shots he faced during the rest of the game.

» Brandon Sun

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 31, 2013

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Jesse Sinatynski scored two goals and set up two others as the Dauphin Kings shut out the host Swan Valley Stampeders 5-0 in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League Wednesday night.

Jeff Archibald also scored two goals, while Guillaume Naud added the other and picked up one assist for Dauphin.

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Jesse Sinatynski scored two goals and set up two others as the Dauphin Kings shut out the host Swan Valley Stampeders 5-0 in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League Wednesday night.

Jeff Archibald also scored two goals, while Guillaume Naud added the other and picked up one assist for Dauphin.

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