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Photo:  The Whitecourt Wolverines are NWJHL Champions – Adam Reaburn/Energeticcity.ca

The season came to a close for the Fort St. John Huskies on Thursday night, as they lost game 4 of the NWJHL Championship to the Whitecourt Wolverines.

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The Huskies played a much better game than the night before, keeping it tied at 1 until early in the third period.  The final score was 4-1 for the Whitecourt Wolverines.  With the win the Wolves swept the series in 4 games.

This is a raw interview with Huskies Coach Bob Kalb following the game

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Here is a raw interview with Husky Kyle Porter following the game

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This is a raw interview with Rodney Lavoie from the Whitecour Wolverines

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Game four scoring:

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FIRST PERIOD:
 
1) Wolverines goal by Ryan Whelen.  Assisted by Jordan Stead and Tyler Stubbs at 3:06
2) Huskies goal by Kyle Porter.  Assisted by Dustin Heitman and Jordan Walters at 8:40
 
SECOND PERIOD:
 
No Scoring
 
THIRD PERIOD:
 
3) Wolverines goal by Wayne Quaife. Assisted by Rod Lavoie and Ryan Hore at 1:17
4) Wolverines goal by Mitch Ternan. Assisted by Kjell Reid and Mitch Rose at 8:36
5) Wolverines PP goal by Lane Brown. Assisted by Rod Lavoie and Jesse Sinatynski at 9:35
 
Powerplays:  WCT 1/4    FSJ    0/6
 
Whitecourt will now move on to the Alberta Junior B Provincials, while the Huskies get some well-earned time off to rest their tired and aching bodies, after a long and gruelling playoff run.

Stay tuned for more information to come

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