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The Fort St. John Flyers are Savage Cup Champions for a fifth straight year.

The Flyers defeated the Prince George Mohawks 10-0 in the second of two games in the Savage Cup.

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The Flyers will now move onto face the Bentley Generals in the McKenzie Cup.  The McKenzie Cup will be a best of five game series starting March 31 in Red Deer.

We’ll have more on the win shortly.

 

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