Trackers drop weekend set of games

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Friday evening the Trackers found themselves down after the first period as they trailed the Sabres 2-1. The Trackers began to fall further behind in the second period as the Royals were able to pop in three goals while the Trackers scored once. By the time the full 60 minutes had been reached the squad was on the wrong side of the scoreboard 7-4, and were outshot in the game 38-32.

Scoring for the Trackers were Wyatt Gale with two goals, Brandon Howard, and Deon Leer.

Last night was also a struggle for the team in the rematch. The team was behind the eight ball early as the Royals netting six first period goals, and cruised the rest of the way to a 9-3 win. The Royals also won in the shots on goal category, outshooting the Trackers 40-37.

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Scoring for the Trackers in the second game were Matthew Apsassin, while Wes Shipton netting the final two goals for the team.

The Trackers return to the ice on Friday night as they hit the road to take on the Wetaskiwin Ice Kings.

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