Trackers to hit the road for three games in three nights

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Friday night the team will be in Camrose to skate with the Vikings, Saturday evening the Trackers will move on to play the Leduc Roughnecks, and Sunday morning the Trackers will battle the Sturgeon Mustangs.

Times have been tough for the Trackers of late. The team struggled through a difficult November without a win, and have lost their last five games overall.

The team next returns to Fort St. John on December 20 for a game against the Strathcona Warriors.

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