Tracker-Flyers start playoffs Friday in Camrose

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The Northeastern BC & Yukon Tracker-Flyers begin their playoffs on Friday, as they take to the ice in Camrose, Alberta, for game one of their best-of-three series against the Kodiaks.

The series will feature three games (if necessary) in three days, in Alberta, as the Kodiaks have home-ice advantage in the #3 vs. #6 matchup.

Camrose won all four regular season matchups between the clubs, but Manager Rick Walters remains confident the Tracker-Flyers can turn the tables.

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Stay tuned for updates from the tier-1 Midgets as they are available.

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