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Knights of Columbus Bantam AA Flyers Vs Peace River Sabres Fans were treated to an exciting contest between the K of C  Flyers and Peace River Sabres on Saturday in Peace River.  The seesaw battle  was fast and furious ending with a 3 – 3 tie at the end of the first period.  Goals were scored by Kooper Shallow and Blair Karasiuk.  Assists were given by Brent Lowewn, Logan Daneluk, Blair Karasiuk and Cayle Bell.   Daneluk scored in the third period with an assist from Karasiuk.  Shane Rutherford scored the final goal with fifty three seconds remaining.   Although the Flyers outshot their opponents 42/27  the game ended 6 – 5 in the Sabres favour.  Performing especially well were Wyatt Anderson,  Hayden Mohr and Kyle Leonard.   Their level of play created a number of scoring chances for the Flyers.


The teams battled again on Sunday, ending in a 4 – 3 win for the Sabres.  FSJ was leading in the third period with 4:30 remaining.  The Sabres scored at 2:21 to tie the game.  Peace River managed to score again with 17 seconds left on the clock.  Goal scorers for  Flyers were Blair Karasuik, Logan Daneluk,  and Sam Aitken.  Assists were given by Daneluk, Karasuik, and Bell.  

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The Knights of Columbus Bantam AA Flyers will play Dawson Creek Junior Canucks on Saturday, December 6 in Taylor at 3:15 pm.

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