Tracker Flyers headed to league finals

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The Northeast B.C. And Yukon Tracker Flyers are headed to the league final.

Over the weekend the team swept the Camrose Kodiaks in three games to advance to play either the Spruce Grove Saints or the St. Albert Blues.

In game one of the series Friday night, the Flyers won 7-2, followed by a 5-3 win Saturday and a 5-3 win Sunday afternoon.

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Logan Daneluk was on fire during the series scoring 5 goals in the three games.

The other semi-final is tied a one game a piece in the best of five series. 

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