Pimms Production Atom Flyers come up short against Mustangs

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The Pimm’s Production Atom Flyers (9 yr olds) played their final All Peace League regular season game on Friday at the Kid’s Arena against the Peace River Atom “A” Mustangs.  The Flyers played strong for the first 30 minutes of the game matching Peace River goal for goal at 4 apiece before allowing 5 unanswered goals late in the second and into the third.  The Flyers put one more past the Mustangs netminder late in the third, but Peace River added one more of their own for a final score of 10 – 5 for the Mustangs.  Getting points for Fort St. John was Jacob Lang (2 goals, 2 assists), Teagan McMullen (2 goals, 1 assist), Aaron Kosinsky (1 goal), and Austin Crossley and Spencer Zazulak with 1 assist each.  Jessie McArthur and Coleman McCaffrey split the netminding responsibilities for the Flyers facing a total of 49 shots.
All Peace League playoffs start after the weekend of the 21st February.

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