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The Fort St. John Flyers and Dawson Creek Canucks will be on the ice for their third meeting of the season. The Canucks have won both meetings heading into the game, a shootout win in Fort St. John, and a 10-5 victory on home ice back on November 26.

Despite the two losses to Dawson Creek the Flyers are in first place in the NPHL’s west division with a record of 9-1-0-2. They’re two points up on the Spirit River Rangers and five points up on the Canucks though Dawson Creek has three games in hand.

The game will be the last for the Flyers of 2015. They’ll return to the ice January 2 in Spirit River.

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