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Friday’s game will be a challenging one for the Huskies, as they take on the Navigators in their arena

The Navs enter the Friday night game in second place in the NWJHL standings with a record of 8-3-0-0.

Saturday, the pups are back home as they welcome the last place Beaverlodge Blades, who start their weekend with a record of 2-10-0-0.

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It’s a big weekend in the standings for Fort St. John, who currently sit tied for sixth with the Fairview Flyers, each with seven points. If the Huskies can win both games, and both Fairview and the fifth place Sexsmith Vipers fail to register a weekend win, the Huskies can jump into sole possession of fifth place.

Despite Friday’s game being on the road, Fort St. John fans can still listen to all the live action, as Moose FM will be broadcasting the games live. The game will begin at 8 p.m., with the Moose FM pre-game show starting 15 minutes before puck drop.

To listen live to the game, click here.

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