Senior Flyers welcoming Athletics for Saturday night game

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The Senior Flyers are looking to get back in the win column, following back-to-back losses last weekend to the Bentley Generals.

Fort St. John is already familiar with tomorrow’s opponent, as the two teams squared off back on October 27 in the Senior Flyers' 2012-2013 season opening game. The home team should enter Saturday’s game with confidence, as they defeated the Athletics 5-1 in Grande Prairie.

Saturday’s game is also significant in the North Peace Hockey League standings, as currently the Senior Flyers (3-0-0-0) trail Grande Prairie (3-1-0-1) by a single point, with Grande Prairie leading the NPHL’s West Division.

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A Fort St. John victory would propel the team into the spot in the west.

Saturday’s game at the North Peace Arena begins at 8:30 p.m.

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