Flyers school Rangers 5-2 in Spirit River

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The Rangers opened the scoring on a power play with 7:28 left in the first period, and although the Flyers answered back, Spirit River managed to net one more before the end of the period. However, that was the last time the home team found the back of the net. 

Bruce Novak evened the score up in second, and the rest of the Flyers came alive in the third, scoring three more unanswered goal, including one shorthanded.

Goaltender Troy Hunt stood tall in net, stopping 36 of 38 shots. The Flyers themselves were actually outshot, putting 33 on the Rangers’ goalie. 

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Scoring in order were Kyle Leahy (2), Bryce Novak, Adam Horst, and Trevor Fitzgerald, assisted by Payden Wongstedt, Brady Busche, Aaron Schepers, Adam Horst (2), and Trevor Fitzgerald.  

Up next for Fort St. John is a home game against the Grande Prairie Athletics on Friday, December 20.

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