Knights of Columbus Flyers open busy weekend with a tie

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The Flyers opened the scoring in the contest as Jacob Lang found the back of the net with 3:45 left in the first period. The teams would head to the dressing room with the score at 1-0 after the first period.

The score would stay that way until the midway point of the second period. Two goals in 1:02 by the Warriors would give them the lead, however it would be short lived. The Flyers tied the game 21 seconds after the Warriors took the lead with a goal by Adam Bowie. The Warriors would regain the lead with less than a minute left in the second period and took a 3-2 to the intermission.

The scoring would round out early in the third as the Flyers got the game tying goal only 40 seconds into the frame as Jacob Lang got his second marker of the game.

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The shots at the end of the game were 30-25 in favour of Fort St. John, and Flyers goalie Brandon Clark got the start in goal.

Scoring in order for Fort St. John were Jacob Lang, Adam Bowie, and Jacob Lang while the assists went to Adam Bowie who had two, Kolton Leslie, Jacob Lang and Brayden Davis.

The KOC Flyers return to the ice again tonight as they take on the Fort Saskatchewan Rangers.

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