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Kings take first game

The Dauphin Kings continued their winning ways against the Waywayseecappo Wolverines with a 5-2 win at the Waywayseecappo Arena.

Cordell Coleman scored three goals, and Brayden Dube added the other two for the Kings to get the win on the road.

The Kings scored early on when Dube wrapped around the net to beat Brett Mirwald 1:49 into the game.

Dauphin added another later on when Cordell Coleman got his third of the season.

In the second, the Wolverines got on the board early when Eric Krywy scored from the point to beat Carson Cherepak, but that one goal deficit was short lived when Dube regained the two goal lead a minute and a half afterwards.

Cordell Coleman scored another to make it 4-1, and the Wolveirnes made a goalie change as Brett Mirwald was pulled for Liam Tereposky.

In the third, there was no scoring until Caleb Petrie scored on a powerplay to make it 4-2.

But Coleman got the hat trick with an empty netter to  finish the game off at 5-2.

Carson Cherepak stopped 28 of 30 shots in the game for the win, while Mirwald and Tereposky together stopped 25 in the loss.

The two teams had three fights in the game, and they will meet once again on Saturday night in Dauphin at 7:30pm, to play their second of four games in the two weeks.