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The Battle of the Border women’s hockey tournament finally lands in Dawson Creek this Monday (Feb. 9th).

The Dawson Creek game is the first in a series of four games between Calgary’s Oval X-Treme team, and the United States Selects. Both rosters are filled with former and future olympians, and this series will feature women’s hockey at its finest.

The Formula Tank Female Flyers also remind all female hockey players in Fort St. John that not only are tickets still available, there will be buses providing transportation to the game. The buses will leave for the Encana centre at 5pm from the Kid’s Arena. To reserve a seat on the bus or for ticket information, call Trudy at 1-780-595-2149.

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Sponsored by Encana, this is the 5th annual Battle of the Border tournament, an event which raises money for local community organizations, while bringing Olympic-calibre hockey to communities in EnCana’s operating areas.

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