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For other teams named Dauphin Kings, please see Dauphin Kings (disambiguation)

Dauphin Kings
City: Dauphin, Manitoba
League: Manitoba Junior
Hockey League
Division: Sher-Wood
Founded: 1967
Home Arena: Credit Union Place
Colors: Blue, Red, White
General Manager: Marlin Murray
Head Coach: Marlin Murray
Franchise history
1967-68: Central Manitoba Junior Hockey League
1968-Present: Manitoba Junior
Hockey League
Championships
Playoff Championships: 1969, 1970, 1972, 1977,
1983, 1993

The Dauphin Kings are a Canadian Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Dauphin, Manitoba. They are members of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL), a part of the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) and Hockey Canada. The Kings were established in 1967 and now play at the Credit Union Place, which opened in the fall 2005, with a capacity of 2,500.

In the fall of 1967, Dauphin along with the Selkirk Steelers, Portage Terriers, and Fort Garry Frontiersmen started the Central Manitoba Junior Hockey League.

After years of trying to secure a MJHL franchise, Dauphin finally got its wish, when the CMJHL and the MJHL merged for the 68-69 season. The Kings opened the season with nine straight wins, and remained undefeated for twelve games. All season long the Kings battle with the Selkirk Steelers for first overall, and it came down to the last night of the season, head to head, in Dauphin. And the Kings blanked the Steelers 4-0.

The 1972 Dauphin Kings established a MJHL record of 40 Wins in a season.

In 75, the Kings Jim Misener led the league in goals with 73, breaking Bobby Clarke’s single season record of 71.

During the 1976-77 season, Jim Misener became the MJHL career leader in goals, assists, and points, ending with 205 goals, 208 assists, and 413 points.

Season-by-Season Record

Note: click on season for team rosters.

Season League GP W L T GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1967–68 CMJHL 23 14 8 1 137 91 29 2nd Lost Final
1968–69 MJHL 34 25 8 1 226 122 51 1st MJHL Won League
1968–69 M-Cup Playoffs 13 7 6 - 65 64 - - Lost W-Final
1968–70 MJHL 34 22 5 7 195 130 49 1st MJHL Won League
1969–70 M-Cup Playoffs 6 2 4 - 24 32 - - Lost W-Semi Final
1970–71 MJHL 48 28 17 3 224 176 59 3rd North Lost Div Semi Final
1971-72 MJHL 48 40 8 0 304 171 80 1st North Won League
1971-72 Cen-Cup Playoffs 6 2 4 - 21 30 - - Lost W-Semi Final
1972-73 MJHL 48 18 30 0 201 266 36 4th North DNQ
1973-74 MJHL 48 15 32 1 206 278 31 4th North DNQ
1974-75 MJHL 48 25 23 0 289 277 50 3rd North Lost Div Semi Final
1975-76 MJHL 52 23 29 0 256 267 46 4th North Lost Div Semi Final
1976-77 MJHL 52 35 14 3 305 196 73 1st North Won League
1976-77 Cen-Cup Playoffs 5 1 4 - 20 32 - - Lost W-Semi Final
1977-78 MJHL 52 33 16 3 262 194 69 2nd North Lost Final
1978-79 MJHL 48 22 25 1 247 272 45 3rd North Lost Div Semi Final
1979-80 MJHL - - - - - - - 2nd North Lost Div Final
1980-81 MJHL 48 18 27 3 - - 39 3rd North Lost Div Final
1981-82 MJHL 48 28 20 0 275 248 56 2nd North Lost Final
1982-83 MJHL 48 34 13 1 353 234 69 1st North Won League
1982-83 T-Cup Playoff 3 3 0 - 28 8 - - Won Manitoba
1982-83 Cen-Cup Playoffs 11 8 3 - 68 49 - - Lost W-Final
1983-84 MJHL 48 36 12 0 304 193 72 1st North Lost Div Final
1984-85 MJHL 48 24 24 0 254 263 48 3rd North Lost Div Semi Final
1985-86 MJHL 48 21 25 2 281 285 44 3rd North Lost Div Semi Final
1986-87 MJHL 47 28 19 0 - - 56 2nd North Lost Div Final
1987-88 MJHL 48 32 16 0 301 233 64 1st North Lost Div Final
1988-89 MJHL 48 25 22 1 292 246 51 4th North Lost Div Final
1989-90 MJHL 52 35 17 0 - - 70 2nd North -
1990-91 MJHL 48 40 7 1 325 166 81 1st North -
Season League GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs
1991-92 MJHL 48 36 10 1 1 265 169 74 2nd North -
1992-93 MJHL - - - - - - - - - -
1993-94 MJHL - - - - - - - - - -
Season League GP W L T SOL GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs
1994-95 MJHL 56 28 26 1 1 - - 58 3rd Allard -
1995-96 MJHL 56 34 19 2 1 - - 71 1st Allard -
1996-97 MJHL - - - - - - - - - -
1997-98 MJHL - - - - - - - - - -
1998-99 MJHL - - - - - - - - - -

MJHL All-Stars & Award Winners

NHL alumni

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