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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northeast BC/Yukon Trackers are back on the road this weekend, as they play in Dawson Creek and Peace River.

The Trackers are coming off a draw against the CAC Butchers and Packers from Edmonton in Dawson last weekend. Head coach David Johnston says that thus far, all the pieces seem to be starting to come together for the team, and says that he has seen a huge amount of commitment and willingness to learn from the team. Going forward he says that the team continues to focus on maintaining their consistency throughout the hockey game, and going on all cylinders for all 60 minutes.

The Trackers are playing in Dawson Creek tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 p.m. when they host the Fort McMurray Oil Barons, whom they beat on October 22nd 4-2. On Sunday the team heads to Peace River for a tilt against the Royals. The puck drops at 12:15. Both games can be streamed via the Trackers’ Ustream page.

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