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The OCN Blizzard extended their win streak to seven in a row last nightas they defeated the Dauphin Kings last night 4-2.

 

The Blizzard were lead up front with three 3-point performances. Reigning MJHL player of the month George King as well as newcomer Tristen Elie each had two goals and an assist while Jeremy Dumont picked up three helpers.

 

Elie joined OCN in January, having spent the season with the Cornwall Nationals of the Federal Hockey League, putting up one goal and ten assists in 17 games. Previously, Elie split his junior hockey career between the London Knights (OHL), Gatineau Olympiques (QMJHL), London Nationals (GOJHL), Cornwall Colts (CCHL) and the Hawkesbury Hawks (CCHL). The 20-year-old forward from Alexandria, Ontario has 16 points in nine games for the Blizzard, only failing to get on the score sheet in two games.

 

Between the pipes Brett Epp stopped 28 of 30 shots to earn his 20th win of the season.

 

The Blizzard currently sit third in MJHL standings, with a record of 33-15-3.

 

The OCN Blizzard are next in action Saturday as they welcome the Selkirk Steelers.

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