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Head Coach Gerard Dicaire says the team continues to stress playing within the system, but he’s been pleased with what he’s seen in practices and the preseason leading up to tonight.

“I’m happy with the way they are picking it up. I know it’s going to be a work in progress. Their not going to get it all, it’s a lot of information to cram into the skates we’ve had,” he explains. “For the most part guys have been understanding what I’ve been trying to get across, and so far it’s been going good. We’ll continue working on it throughout the year as we progress.”

For the season opener Dicaire is hoping to see his team play solid throughout the contest and stay consistent which he added should result in a win.

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The Flyers have their home opener back in Fort St. John next Saturday night as they welcome Dawson Creek to the North Peace Arena at 8:30 p.m.

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