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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Coming off a win Saturday night against the County of Grande Prairie JDA Kings the Huskies were back at it yesterday afternoon against the North Peace Navigators. The quick turnaround proved to be too much to handle as the team was held off the scoreboard in a 4-0 defeat.

The teams were tied at zero after one but the Navigators power play took over in the second with three goals. They’d add an even strength marker early in the third to go up 4-0.

Overall in the game the Navigators power play converted three of seven opportunities.

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Shots in the contest were 33-19 in favour of Peace River.

Next up for Fort St. John is another tilt at home against the JDA Kings on Friday at 8 p.m.

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