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The Fort St. John Knights of Columbus Flyers ended their season with a dominant performance over Peace River.

On Friday, the Flyers traveled to Peace River, leaving the town with a 12-6 victory under their belts, earning an undefeated record on their season with 11 wins, no losses and only one tie.

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The game opened at a furious pace, which saw eight goals scored in the first period alone. With the teams tied at two, Lien Miller-Jeanotte scored a short handed goal for the Flyers and the team never looked back. The Flyers ended the period up 5-3, continuing to put the puck in the net throughout the remainder of the game.

Multiple Flyer players finished the game recording multi-point games, with Ricky Bateman finishing the game with a three goal, one assist performance, while Miller-Jeanotte recorded a hat-trick himself.

Sean Gjeners picked up the win in between the pipes for the Flyers.

The Flyers should enter the playoffs brimming with confidence, as they begin the post season without suffering a loss during their regular season.

The Flyers will play Grande Prairie in the first round of the playoffs, which starts on Feb. 26th at the Fort St. John Rec Centre at 2:45 p.m. The next day, the team will travel to Grande Prairie for game two.

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