Make it 17 straight wins for the Dauphin Kings.
Brandon’s Mitch Van Teeling and Blake Kirkham both netted a pair of goals as the Kings defeated the Neepawa Natives 6-3 in Manitoba Junior Hockey League action Sunday night at the Yellowhead Centre. Souris’ Tanner Butler and Killarney’s Aubrey Chapman both added assists for Dauphin (44-11-2), which got a 19-save performance from Killarney’s Brian Archibald.
Brandon’s Clayton Heinrichs replied with one goal for Neepawa (13-38-6), while MacGregor’s Landon Thompson picked up an assist.
In Sunday’s other games, it was: Winnipeg Blues 4, Winkler Flyers 3 in overtime; and Swan Valley Stampeders 5, Steinbach Pistons 4 in a shootout.
In Saturday’s games, it was: Waywayseecappo Wolverines 3, Natives 2; Stampeders 4, Virden Oil Capitals 1; OCN Blizzard 2, Pistons 0; and Blues 3, Portage Terriers 0.
Blues 4 Flyers 3 (OT)
At Winnipeg, Kurt Keats scored the overtime winner for the Blues (44-13-1). Cartwright’s Jory Mullin had two assists and Brandon’s Tanner Jago picked up another for Winkler (18-27-10).
Stampeders 5 Pistons 4 (SO)
At Swan River, Jordan Neduzak scored two goals and set up another for the Stamps (30-22-4), and Travis Howe ended the 15-round shootout with a goal. Nick Kobelka and Myles Nykoluk had one goal and one assist for Steinbach (29-25-4).
Wolverines 3 Natives 2
At Wayway, Pilot Mound’s Brett Pinkerton had an assist for the Wolverines (24-25-5). Brandonite Brayden Cuthbert had two helpers for the Natives.
Stampeders 4 Oil Capitals 1
At Swan River, Clearwater’s B.J. Avery had an assist for Swan Valley. Brandon’s Cody Nelson set up Lyrik Friesen’s goal for Virden (18-31-8).
Blizzard 2 Pistons 0
At The Pas, Justin Waskewitch and Darien Cardinal both had a goal and an assist for OCN (37-16-5), while Justin McDonald stopped 36 shots for his fifth shutout of the year.
Blues 3 Terriers 0
At Winnipeg, Isaiah Plett made 28 saves for Winnipeg to earn his first shutout. Adam Iwan stopped 24 shots for Portage (31-23-1).
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition February 25, 2013