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With their last game held October 29, the Fort St. John Senior Flyers will return to the rink tomorrow. The team will be on the ice as they welcome the Spirit River Rangers.

The clubs have already met once this young North Peace Hockey League season with the Flyers emerging victorious 4-2.

The Flyers have a record of 2-0 heading to the tilt while Spirit River sits at 2-1.

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After Friday’s contest the team will have little time to relax as they’ll be on the road Saturday in Grimshaw.

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