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The Trackers’ weekend began in Dawson Creek, where they and the Selects entered the third period with the score tied at 2-2.

Offence was abundant in the third, as the Trackers scored twice, but it wasn’t enough, as the Selects scored three times in the final frame, producing a final score of 5-4, with the game winning goal coming with only 29 seconds remaining in the game.

Saturday, the Trackers and Selects squared off at Fort St. John’s Pomeroy Sport Centre, with the change of location not helping the Trackers' cause, as the NE B.C. & Yukon midget hockey club suffered their second loss in a row, 3-1.

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Following this weekend's losses, the Trackers now sit fourth in the NAMHL’s North Black division, with a record of 3-5-0 with six points.

The team’s next game will be held on Friday, November 2, when they welcome the Fort McMurray Barons to Dawson Creek.

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