Huskies lose on the road in Peace River

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The Navigators went on to score one more goal before the Huskies scored their first coming from Cody Hildebrand.

The second period was quiet with one goal from the Navigators half way through the period, leaving the Navigators with a 3-1 lead.

In the third period the Huskies tried to battle back by scoring three goals, with two from Robbie Sidhu and one from Jayton Wieler.  But that wasn’t enough to match the four goals the Navigators scored in the period.
In the end, the Navigators beat the Huskies 7-4.

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The next game for the dogs is Friday in Grande Prairie against the league leading JDA Kings.

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