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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – After a disappointing loss to the Dawson Creek Canucks on Tuesday the Fort St. John Flyers will have a chance to put that all behind them starting on Friday. The two clubs will meet in a rematch at the North Peace Arena, and that will be followed by another home game on Saturday against High Prairie.

Friday’s contest will be the Canucks final regular season trip to Fort St. John. The clubs will have a final meeting in Dawson Creek on January 21.

The year has not gone well for High Prairie so far. Through 14 games the Regals have yet to win. The clubs did play in a close game however in early December with the Flyers coming out with a 7-5 win.

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Heading into Friday’s game Fort St. John has five games remaining on their regular season schedule.

Face off for both tilts are scheduled for 8:30 p.m.

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