Three games in three day weekend for Knights of Columbus Flyers

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The Flyers will get things started Friday night with a game against the Grande Prairie Knights at 6:30 p.m. After that tilt the team will have two games against the Slave Lake Thunder Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.

Fort St. John sits in third place in the Rural Black North division with a record of 14-6-2. The team is in a great position to keep the pressure on the Fort McMurray Barons for second in the division with a sweep of the weekend games.


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