STAMPEDERS 1, KINGS 7
Gavin Nemis, Blake Boudreau and Logan Walker each scored twice to lead the Dauphin Kings to a commanding 7-1 victory over the visiting Swan Valley Stampeders.
Gabriel Bugeaud also had a goal for Dauphin who 24 saves from Cole Sheffield.
Truman Boettiger scored his 1st MJHL goal in the loss, while Elias Giaccari-Dimitriou made 33 saves in the defeat.
The Stamps host the OCN Blizzard in their home opener on Saturday night.
TITANS 1, WOLVERINES 4
Neo Kiemeney had a 2G 1A night, while Marek Andres made 36 saves leading the Waywayseecappo Wolverines to a season-opening a 4-1 triumph over the Neepawa Titans.
Jackson Roth and Jack Clarke also scored for the Wolverines, while Mason Hartley scored for the road team.
Mason Lobreau in the loss for Neepawa stopped 33 of 37 Wayway shots.
The Wolverines head on the road on Saturday night to take on the Niverville Nighthawks.
STEELERS 3, NIGHTHAWKS 5
The Niverville Nighthawks used a 4 goal third period to comeback to defeat the Selkirk Steelers 5-3.
Captain Brett Tataryn led the way offensively with 1G 2A while Michael Debrito, Nathan Brown, Caleb Lepitre and Mighton Johnson also scored.
Mathieu Catellier (2) and Colton Crysler scored the Steelers.
PISTONS 4, OIL CAPITALS 3
The defending champion Steinbach Pistons got two goals from Kirk Mullen as they opened up their season with a 4-3 win over the Virden Oil Capitals.
Cole Plowman made 29 saves for Steinbach while the Yorkton’s Grady Hoffman and Leo Chambers scored the other Pistons goal.
Nolan Wallace, Bryce Bryant and Noel Englot replied for the Oil Capitals who got 32 stops from Eric Reid.
FLYERS 3, BLUES 1
Noah Diemer scored the winner early in the 3rd period to lead the Winkler Flyers to a 3-1 win over the Winnipeg Blues.
Logan Fillion and Brady Craik also scored for the Flyers, while Dawson Zeller scored the lone mark for Winnipeg.
Malachi Klassen stop 21 of 22 shots to earn the win in net.