Huskies to be in Peace River this weekend

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The Fort St. John Huskies will have their work cut for them this weekend. They’ll be on the road for two games as they take on the North Peace Navigators.

The Huskies have played decent hockey of late as they go into the games winners of four of their last six. They currently sit in fourth in the NWJHL standings and are five points behind the County of Grande Prairie JDA Kings for third.

The Navigators are in second in a two horse race for the league’s top spot with the Fairview Flyers. They have a record of 17-4-0 and are four points behind the Flyers.

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The Huskies next home game will be next Friday against Dawson Creek.

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