Huskies beat Blades for second win in as many games

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The opening frame began with the home team scoring first, as Beaverlodge scored only 1:45 into the game. 

However, the Huskies responded quickly less than two minutes later, as Blair Karasiuk scored to even the game at 1-1. 

Six minutes later, Beaverlodge would slip another goal past Huskies goalie Ty Gullickson, to take a 2-1 lead. 

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Huskies forward Dylan Houle then scored to even the game with just over five minutes remaining in the first, to conclude the opening frame with the scoreboard reading 2-2. 

It was a circus of offense in the second period, as the Huskies outscored the Blades  4-2, thanks to goals from Tyler Norris, Chris Sperling, Shawn Holliday and Jamie Watson. 

With the Huskies leading 6-4 entering the third, another two goal period from each team produced the final score of 8-6. Huskies forwards Jamie Watson and Shawn Holliday were the Huskies third period goal scorers, helping the Huskies secure their second win of the season, and second in as many games. 

Huskies starting goaltender Ty Gullickson made 25 saves on the night to earn the victory in net, while the Pups power-play went 1/6.

Huskies forward Robbie Sidhu completed his evening with a team high three assists, while various other players finished the evening with multi-point games. 

It's a busy upcoming week for Fort St. John, as the team will play three games in a span of four days, all of which at home. 

The Pups will first take to the ice Thursday, October 25, when they welcome the Slave Lake Wolves to the North Peace Arena. The following day, the team will welcome the Fairview Flyers back to Fort St. John for round two of the season. Finally, Sunday, October 28, it will be a rematch of Thursday's game, as Slave Lake will make their way back to the North Peace Arena. 

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