North West Junior Hockey League recap November 16

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The Fort St. John Huskies ended the JDA Kings streak of 14 straight games without a loss in regulation with a 7-3 win. Fort St. John had three powerplay goals and Travis McLean stopped 44 of 47 shots in the win.

The Sexsmith Vipers edged the Slave Lake Wolves 2-1 in a shootout. The win was the Vipers second of the year and closes them within one point of the Wolves in the standings.

The final game of the evening had the North Peace Navigators defeating the Fairview Flyers 7-0. Dustin Long and Samuel Lauzon each had five points for the Navigators.

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