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Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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Email: contact@energeticcity.ca
9924 101 ave Fort St. John, B.C.
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Trackers come away with a point in standings after three game weekend

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The Trackers game against Wetaskiwin saw the team trailing 4-3 entering the third period. Wetaskiwin increased their lead to 5-3 but the squad kept battling as they pulled to within one with 4:09 left in the third, and netted the tying goal with 1:48 remaining in regulation.

Scoring in the game were Kohlman Brinsky (2), Nolan Lagace, Mathew Apsassin, and Andrew Travis.

Saturday’s game against Beaumont was a tough pill for the team to swallow. Trailing late in the third the group tied the game with 2:39 remaining, only to have Beaumont score the game winning goal 1:02 left in regulation time.

Brad Dixon, and Tyler Krane found the back of the net in the contest.

Sunday had the Trackers squaring off against the Leduc Roughnecks. The Roughnecks held a 2-0 lead entering the final frame but N.E. B.C. managed to close to within one at the mid way point, however the Roughnecks put the game on ice with their third goal of the game four minutes later.

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The lone goal scorer for the Trackers in the game was Dustin Bahm. Assists on the marker went to Nolan Lagace, and Giesbrecht Fraser-Turnbull.

Next on the schedule is a three game homestand for the squad. They’ll play the Big Lakes Thunder on Saturday at 4:45 p.m., and Sunday morning at 10 a.m. They’ll conclude the homestand with a game on November 21 against the Peace River Royals.

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