North West Junior Hockey League recap October 26

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The Fort St. John Huskies fell 6-0 to Fairview. The team struggled with turnovers and Fairview scored three goals in a 2:15 span late in the opening period.

The North Peace Navigators had an easy time with the Beaverlodge Blades. The Navigators won the game 11-2 as Josh Peters had a five point game with three goals and two assists.

The final game saw the Dawson Creek Junior Canucks defeat the Slave Lake Wolves 5-1. Four players had two point games for the Canucks, and goalie Steven Ridley stopped 28 of the 29 shots he faced.

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Two games are part of today’s schedule. The Grande Prairie JDA Kings look to keep on winning as they are in Sexsmith while Dawson Creek and Slave Lake will play in a rematch of last night’s contest.

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