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The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers were hoping to carry on some momentum after winning three of their last four games prior to this past weekend, but unfortunately for the club it didn’t work out that way. The team played to a 2-2 draw with the Peace River Royals on Friday, and fell 4-2 to the Grande Prairie Storm the next afternoon.

The Trackers entered the third period of Friday’s game trailing 2-0 but battled back to salvage a well earned point. Gary Loewen closed the gap to one with 14:28 remaining, and things were knotted up late by Robert Young with just 1:50 to go.

In Saturday’s tilt against the Storm the Trackers opened the scoring in the first period. They fell behind in the second after allowing two goals, and eventually trailed 3-1 early in the third. The Trackers closed the gap to one with just under eight minutes to play, but it’s as close as they would get as Grande Prairie deposited an empty netter in the final minute.

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Next up is another home game on October 31 at 2 p.m. at the Pomeroy Sport Centre against the Sturgeon Sting.

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