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The Fort St. John Huskies had to forfeit their final game of the regular season.

The pups were scheduled to travel to Grande Prairie to end their season with the Wheelers, but were unable to fill a full roster.

Teams in the NWJHL must have nine players on their roster, or they are forced to forfeit the game. Sunday, the Huskies could only find seven players to take the trip to Grande Prairie. 

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Fortunately, the Huskies clinched fifth last night by beating the Blades, making today’s game meaningless in the standings. 

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