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The NEBC & Yukon Midget AAA Tracker-Flyers have had a tough start to the 2008/09 season.

After 2 home losses to defending RAMHL champ Camrose last weekend, the team travelled to Cold Lake, for another tough set of games against the Northeast Panthers.

On Saturday night, the Panthers prevailed in a very close game, 6-5 the final score.

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Sunday’s game was even more wide-open, with the Panthers winning 10-7.

The Tracker-Flyers’ schedule should get a little easier from here, with three home games next weekend.

On Friday night, the Tracker-Flyers host the Wainwright Polar Kings in Taylor.
On Saturday at 11:30 AM, NEBC again hosts Wainwright, this time in Dawson Creek.
And then on Sunday at 11:30 AM, the team faces Fort McMurray in Taylor.

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