Knights of Columbus Flyers go two for two in weekend games

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The KOC Flyers won the first game against the Canucks in a tight affair by a score of 2-1. Teagan McMullen opened the scoring with 2:13 left in the first period with the assist going to Andrew Travis. The game winning goal went to Aiden Tegart and was unassisted.

Yesterday’s game against the Thunder was quite the game for the Flyers as they beat up on Slave Lake 16-5. The Flyers scored six goals in the second period, and bettered that effort with seven in the third. Three players had hat tricks as Brayden Davis, Austin Crossley, and Jacob Lang all had three goal games. The Flyers also pepper the Thunder goal with 66 shots in the game.

The KOC Flyers next game goes Friday as they hit the road to skate with the Peace River Sabres.

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