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Stampeders Fall 6-1 Friday Night, Trail 3-0 In Their Best-of-Seven Series to Dauphin

The Swan Valley Stampeders drop Game 3 6-1 and now trail their best-of-seven quarter final series 3-0 to the Dauphin Kings.

The Stampeders jumped out to an early lead once again as Cody Barnes swatted home his second of the post-season on the power play 5:40 into the game.

Cordell Coleman kick started the Kings offence, collecting his first of the playoffs beating Kobe Grant at 9:36 of the second period, tying the game 1-1.  Kaden Bryant collected his first of the post-season less than two minutes later and the Kings held a 2-1 lead heading into the third period.

It was all Kings in the final frame scoring four straight goals and the Kings took a strangle hold on their best-of-seven series winning 6-1.

Final shots on goal

Dauphin – 35

Swan Valley – 35

The Stampeders will now look to rebound in game 4 that is scheduled to be played Monday April 4 at 7 pm from the Centennial Arena.

Tickets for Game 4 are on sale and can be purchased online at stampedershockey.com, at Patty’s Sports Excellence or at the door.

Game 4 is a proud presentation of Intermountain Contracting.