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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The energy for the Fort St. John Northern Metalic Flyers will be tested this weekend as the club hits the road for three games this weekend. Tonight they’ll take on the Beaumont Braves and that’s followed by games against Wetaskiwin and Fort Saskatchewan respectively.

The Flyers are sizzling hot as they’ve lost only one regular season game this season which came all the way back on November 6th against the Strathcona Warriors. Since that defeat the team has gone 10-0-1, and has an overall record of 17-1-1.

After this weekend’s stretch of games the next contest for the club will come on January 24 at home against the Peace River Sabres.

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