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The Fort St. John Huskies were back on the ice for their second game in as many nights on Saturday on the road in Clairmont against the JDA Kings. The Huskies were unable to build on their success from the previous night against Beaverlodge, and lost 5-2.

As was the case the weekend prior against the JDA Kings, the Huskies got off to a good start. They led 1-0 after the first, and took a 2-0 lead early in the second.

From that point on penalties, and the ability to kill them off got the best of Fort St. John once again. The JDA Kings scored three goals in the middle frame all on the power play, and another two in the third, also on the power play.

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Scoring for the Huskies were Jordan Harder, and Nolan Legace.

Fort St. John will next be in action on Friday night when they hit the road to take on the Fairview Flyers.

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