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The Trackers dropped a 6-2 decision to Peace River on Friday in Dawson Creek. Alex Hanson and Brandon Howard scored for the Trackers, and assists went to Deon Leer, Kelsey Young, and Jarrett Malchow.

Logan Edwards got the start in goal and stopped 33 of the 39 shots he faced.

The final shot tally for the game was 39-30 in favour of Peace River.

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In their tilt against Grande Prairie, the Trackers lost 5-1. The lone goal for the Trackers was scored by Ryan Friesen, and the assists went to Wyatt Gale and Jarrett Malchow.

Tavis Veins got the start in goal and stopped 33 out of 38 shots.

At the end of the game, shots were in favour of Grande Prairie 38-33.

The Trackers next take to the ice for a three game set next weekend as the visit Camrose, Leduc, and Sturgeon.

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