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The Trackers will be taking on a Selects squad that enter the weekend last in the NAMHL’s North Black Division, sitting with a record of 0-6-1 for 1 point.

Sitting fourth in the North Black Division are the Trackers, who enter the weekend with a 3-3-0 for six points.

Saturday, the Tracker’s double-header concludes at Fort St. John’s Pomeroy Sport Centre, with an afternoon game beginning at 3 p.m.

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It’s a big four points on the line this weekend for the Trackers, who can jump the Fort McMurray Barons in the standings, and pull even with the second place Peace River Royals with back-to-back victories.   

Friday’s game in Dawson Creek will begin at 7 p.m.

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