Horst 5th at Crashed Ice in Quebec

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By Jon Zacks

The Senior Flyers’ leading goal scorer was not in the lineup this weekend, as the Flyers took on the Whitehorse Huskies for a two-game exhibition set in the Yukon.

Instead, Fort St. John’s speedster was in Quebec City, competing at the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship.

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Horst ended up posting the fastest time in qualifying, eventually advancing the the consolation final, which he won. That gives him a fifth place overall finish.

On Monday, Moose FM interviewed Horst about the experience, as he traveled back to Fort St. John. Click here to listen to that interview.

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