Peewee Flyers take second at weekend tournament

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The Flyers started things off on the right foot as they found the back of the net midway through the first period to take a 1-0 lead. They held that lead until the late stages of the frame until Grande Prairie tied things with 2:28 left to play.

Grande Prairie would take the lead early in the second as they scored 2:21 in, however the Peewee Flyers would tie things with 1:33 left in the frame.

There was no scoring in a back and forth third period, and it looked like the game was destined for a shoot out. The Knights had other ideas and netted the game winning goal with 38 seconds left in overtime.

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Connor Bowie, and Curtis Hammond each scored for the Flyers. Getting assists were Nathan Brownlee, and Connor Kindrat.


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