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DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The Fort St. John Senior Flyers will be returning to the ice tonight after a 2-week hiatus.

The Flyers, currently leading the NPHL’s West Division, will be in Dawson Creek tonight for a tilt against the Senior Canucks. The Flyers are currently 2-and-1 against their West Division rivals, beating the Senior Canucks 6-3 at the North Peace Arena on November 17th, and in Dawson Creek on November 29th again by the score of 6-3. The Senior Canucks won their only game against the Flyers this season 9-7 in Fort St. John on December 10th.

Elsewhere around the league, the Father Pirates will visit the Valleyview Jets, while the Grande Prairie Athletics will host the Spirit River Rangers.

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The puck drops at the Dawson Creek Memorial Arena tonight at 8:30.

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