Trackers defeat Rangers 6-3

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Wyatt Gale opened the scoring just 47 seconds into the game, and the Trackers would take a 2-1 as the teams broke for the first intermission. The team would add another two goals in the second as the score was 4-2 after 40 minutes, and the team controlled things the rest of the game on the way to a 6-3 win.

Scoring in order for the Trackers were Wyatt Gale, Wes Shipton, Alex Hanson, Wes Shipton, Matthew Apsassin, and Layne Hunter. Assists went to Wes Shipton with three, Ricky Bateman had two, Wyatt Gale also had two, Ryan Friesen, Layne Hunter, and Kelsey Young.

Logan Edwards was in goal for the game. Fort Saskatchewan fired 31 shots on him, and he turned aside 28.

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The Trackers return to the ice today for their third game in as many days when they take on the Beaumont Braves. The team next returns to Fort St. John November 16 against the SISEC Selects.

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