North West Junior Hockey League recap November 22

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Fort St. John beat up on the Sexsmith Vipers 12-2. Cayle Bell had a hat trick and the Huskies won their fifth game in a row and moved into second place in the league standings with the win.

The Fairview Flyers had their way with Slave Lake 9-3. The win improved the Flyers record to 8-7, while the Wolves fell to 2-9-2.

The Dawson Creek Junior Canucks took on the Beaverlodge Blades, and the Canucks took the game easily 9-1. Three players had three point games for the Junior Canucks as they stayed within one point of the Fairview Flyers for fourth place.

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