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Kings clash with Capitals in second game of Centennial Cup

ESTEVAN, SK – The Dauphin Kings look to improve their Centennial Cup record to 2-0 on Sunday when they take on the Maritime Hockey League (MHL) Champion, Summerside Western Capitals.

Find out more about the Kings opponent on Sunday and how Summerside got to Estevan.

Courtesy of Hockey Canada

HOW THEY GOT TO ESTEVAN

Maritime Hockey League
Quarterfinal: defeated Edmundston 4-1 (4-2, 3-4 2OT, 7-4, 5-2, 4-0)
Semifinal: defeated Fredericton 4-0 (4-2, 4-1, 6-4, 4-3 2OT)
MHL championship: defeated Truro 4-1 (4-0, 6-2, 1-2 OT, 5-1, 4-1)

REGULAR SEASON

Record (W-L-OTL): 31-4-3 (1st in MHL)
Goals for: 206 (1st in MHL)
Goals against: 101 (1st in MHL)
Power play: 43 for 132 (32.6% – 1st in MHL)
Penalty killing: 111 of 139 (79.9% – 7th in MHL)
Longest winning streak: 14 (Oct. 13-Nov. 20)
Top 3 scorers:
• Colby MacArthur – 18G 57A 75P (1st in MHL)
• Thomas Lacombe – 28G 32A 60P (3rd in MHL)
• Josh MacDonald – 31G 28A 59P (4th in MHL)

PLAYOFFS

Record: 12-2
Goals for: 61
Goals against: 28
Power play: 12 for 42 (28.6%)
Penalty killing: 33 of 40 (82.5%)
Top 3 scorers:
• Aaron Brown – 7G 17A 24P
• Jacob Stewart – 13G 6A 19P
• Colby MacArthur – 8G 11A 19P

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY

1989 – Summerside Western Capitals | runner-up | 3-2 | 17GF 20GA
1997 – Summerside Western Capitals | national champions | 3-3 | 22GF 25GA
2009 – Summerside Western Capitals | fifth place | 1-3 | 15GF 17GA
2013 – Summerside Western Capitals | runner-up | 3-3 | 18GF 16GA

COMMITMENTS

Colby McArthur – Union College (2022-23)

CJHL TOP 20 RANKINGS

Oct. 4 – 10th
Oct. 11 – not ranked
Oct. 18 – 17th
Oct. 25 – 8th
Nov. 1 – 3rd
Nov. 8 – 2nd
Nov. 15 – 2nd
Nov. 22 – 2nd
Nov. 29 – 2nd
Dec. 6 – 2nd
Dec. 13 – 2nd
Dec. 20 – 2nd
Feb. 7 – 2nd
Feb. 14 – 2nd
Feb. 21 – 4th
Feb. 28 – 4th
March 7 – 3rd
March 14 – 3rd
March 21 – 3rd