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Trackers drop 2 of 3 on home ice

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The NEBC and Yukon Tracker-Flyers got into three close battles on home ice this weekend, but only came out with two points.

On Friday night, the Tier 1 Midgets dropped a 4-3 decision to the Grande Prairie Storm.  Tyler Akeroyd led the way offensively with a goal and an assist, while David Readman stopped 34 of his 38 shots against.

On Saturday night in Dawson Creek, the Trackers beat Peace River 5-3, on the strength of 3 powerplay goals.  Tyler Akeroyd again scored a goal and an assist, while Tyler Norris chipped in two helpers, and David Readman posted the win in goal.

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On Sunday afternoon, NEBC entertained Peace River back at the North Peace Arena, but dropped a one-goal decision.  Peace River scored the game-winning goal halfway through the third period, with David Readman stopping 28 of 31 shots for NEBC in his third start of the weekend.

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