North West Junior Hockey League recap November 23

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The Fort St. John Huskies fell to the North Peace Navigators 5-2. Penalty trouble did in the Huskies as the they fell to third in the league standings with the loss.

Fariview doubled up the Dawson Creek Junior Canucks 6-3. The win improves the Flyers record to 8-7, and the Junior Canucks fall to 7-8-1 this season.

The final game had the Beaverlodge Blades edging the Slave Lake Wolves in overtime 5-4. The Blades had four players with multi point games. The win put the Blades nto sixth place, two points ahead of the Wolves.

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