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The Fort St. John Northern Metalic Flyers have been rolling through their regular season schedule and that continued on the road as the club played in three games. They were on the ice for games against Beaumont, Wetaskiwin, and Fort Saskatchewan respectively.

In Friday’s tilt against the Braves the Flyers came away with a 4-1 victory. They scored a goal each in the first and second period, and eventually went up 4-0 in the third. Beaumont found the back of the net late in the game with just 1:24 left.

Johnny Herrington, Curtis Hammond, Connor Bowie, and Cooper Beamish were the goal scorers for the team.

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On Sunday Fort St. John moved on to take the Fort Saskatchewan Rangers. The scoring came fast in the game with all of the goals scored in the first period.

The Flyers fell behind before the game was five minutes old but they responded with four unanswered markers. The Rangers cut into the Flyers lead with 6:46 left in the frame but they’d get no closer.

Scoring for the Flyers were Connor Bowie, Brophy Dunne, Curtis Hammond, and Johnny Hammond.

Next for the Northern Metalic Flyers is a game on Sunday against the Peace River Sabres at 2 p.m.

Information for Saturday’s game against Wetaskiwin was unavailable on the league’s website.

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