Tracker Flyers bounce back in NAMHL final

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The Tracker Flyers bounced back Saturday night to tie the NAMHL final at 1 game a piece.

The St. Albert Blues started with an early lead after scoring early in the first period. The Flyers responded in the second period with a goal from Ray Taggart. Taggart followed up the first goal with a second one, only two minutes later.

In the third period, St. Albert bounced back with two goals to take a 3-2 lead. With nine minutes left in the third Connor Fynn put one in the back of the net for the Tracker Flyers.

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In overtime, Tracker Logan Daneluk scored with only 33 seconds left to end the game with a 4-3 win.

With the win, the Flyers have now tied the best of five NAMHL final at 1 game a piece.

Game three will take place again in St. Albert on Sunday. 

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