Flyers win exhibition against Prince George

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The Flyers gave up the first goal, but came back to score four straight, as they beat the Prince George Senior Mohawks in their first exhibition game since the end of the NPHL regular season.
In the neutral site of MacKenzie B.C., the Mohawks scored the lone goal of the first period, beating goaltender Clayton Pool in his Flyers debut.
Donny Lloyd got the Flyers on the board six minutes into the second, and the Flyers took the lead on a Luke Middleton marker late in the frame.
Todd Alexander and Jeff Shipton added third period goals, while Nathan Waberski chipped in two assists. 
Clayton Pool would prove watertight the rest of the way, as the Flyers posted a 4-1 win. 
The Mohakws will visit Fort St. John for a pair of exhibition games on March 6-7.


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