Tracker Flyers and Kodiaks to meet in NAMHL semis

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The Northeast B.C. and Yukon Tracker Flyers are three wins away from playing in the Northern Alberta Midget Hockey League playoff finals.

On Friday, the Tracker Flyers will begin a best-of-five semi-final series against the Camrose Kodiaks, where the first team to reach three wins will progress to the league finals.

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The teams will play every day this weekend and if necessary, will play the final two games of the semis next weekend.

The teams have only met once during the regular season, with the Kodiaks winning the lone meeting by a score of 3-1.

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