Knights of Columbus Flyers fall in best of three to Peace River

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The series opened in Peace River on Friday night and was a high scoring affair with the Flyers taking game one 8-6.

Game two was in Fort St. John on Saturday afternoon and it was all Peace River in the tilt. The Sabres scored once in the first, twice in the second, and three times in the third to take the 6-0 win.

In the third and deciding game in Peace River the Sabres opened the scoring in the first period and led 1-0 heading into the second. The Flyers tied the game but less than a minute later the Sabres would retake the lead, and they rounded out the scoring with a goal in the third to take the game 3-1, and the series 2-1.

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