Huskies looking for a better result against Fairview tomorrow

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Head Coach Gary Alexander said last week that while the team competed hard, they just didn’t play smart hockey. 

“I thought we had good effort. Our mental game that night was quite off; there was no communication going on out there,” he explains. “There was a lot of selfish play or one man play where the others either weren’t getting in the play or weren’t getting used if the did get in the play. It was just one of those off nights. It was a catastrophe really.”

Daimon Derouin will be between the pipes once again. Last time out he stopped 24 of 27 shots against the Sexsmith Vipers over the weekend. The team will be counting on big games from Brighton Campbell, Jordan Gies, and Lien Miller-Jeanotte as all three forwards are tied for the team lead in points with 17.

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Game time tomorrow at the North Peace Arena is scheduled for 8 p.m.

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