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It was a mixed bag of results for the N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers as the team was on the ice for games on Friday and Sunday. The Trackers found themselves on the right side of the scoreboard against Whitecourt but things were a struggle in Grande Prairie in what was a lopsided loss.

The Trackers and Wolverines were tied at two after the opening period of play and N.E. B.C. managed to take a one goal lead heading into the third. The Trackers built a 5-2 lead but Whitecourt made things interesting down the stretch as they closed to within a goal with four minutes to play in regulation. An empty net goal for the Trackers however wrapped up the game with under a minute left to play.

Sunday’s game in Grande Prairie was one to forget for the team. They lost 6-0 to the Storm as the game was well in hand after 40 minutes at 5-0.

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Next on the docket for the Trackers is a rematch with the Storm Friday night in Dawson Creek. That will be followed by a game on Sunday in Peace River.

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