Knights of Columbus Flyers fall 6-2 to Peace River

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The Knights of Columbus Flyers found themselves in trouble early, and trailed 3-0 after the first period.

The Flyers opened the scoring in the second to close the gap to two but they wouldn’t get any closer. The score was 4-2 entering the third period before the Sabers added a final goal in the third.

Scoring for the Flyers were Aiden Tegart, and Austin Crossley. The lone assist in the game went to Jacob Lang

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Craig Grimes started the game in net for the Flyers. He allowed three goals on eight shots before he was replaced by Brandon Clark. Clark stopped 35 of 38 shots.

Next up for the KOC Flyers is a game next weekend against the North Central Bulls on December 14.

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