Flyers looking to knot up NPHL semi final series with Spirit River

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Home ice was not of importance between the two clubs during the regular season. Spirit River took two games in Fort St. John, while the Flyers won twice in Spirit River.

The Flyers will be looking to cut down on defensive turnovers as that was one of the main factors Head Coach Gerard Dicaire pointed to as being the difference in the game one defeat.

After tonight’s game the best of seven series will shift back to Fort St. John on Sunday for game three at 7:30 p.m.

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