Two games on tap for Trackers this weekend

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It’s been quite some time since the Trackers have been on the ice as their last two games have been postponed, and the team had to bow out of a tournament because of road conditions. Their last action came on November 3, a 6-3 loss to the Grande Prairie Storm.

The Trackers enter the game in fifth place in the Bear Slashing Division with a record of 5-6-1. A win over Peace River would tie the Trackers for fourth in the division with Slave Lake.

The next game in Fort St. John for the Trackers comes on December 20 when they battle the Strathcona Warriors.

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