Senior Flyers donating half of proceeds from Saturday`s game to Movember

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Game one of the series went down last Saturday in Spirit River, with both teams bringing their offensive touch, in a 8-6 victory for the Rangers.

It’s a big game for the Fort St. John Flyers, who are looking to snap a four game losing streak Saturday night, which began back on November 10 with a loss to the Bentley Generals.

Saturday’s game will also be a special one for the Senior Flyers organization, as the team, who for the first time this year participated in the international Movember Campaign, will be donating half of the gate admissions for the night to the men's health organization.

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Fans in attendance will get to view the Flyers’ Movember badges of honour Saturday night, as the team will be rocking their staches despite it being December, giving the Fort St. John faithful a look at the Flyers’ collection of dusters.

Following the game, the team will shave their upper lips. If unable to attend the game but interested in donating to the team’s Movember page, click here.

Saturday’s game begins at 8:30 p.m.

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