NEBC Yukon Midget Trackers win two weekend games

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northeast B.C. Yukon Midget Trackers played two games on the weekend, one at home and one on the road, as part of NAHL regular-season action.

On Saturday, January 11, the Trackers were home as they were host to the Fort McMurray Barons.

In this game, the Trackers were off to a strong start as they managed to score four goals on the Barons all within the first period.

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The scoring streak would continue for the Trackers throughout the second and third periods, eventually winning the game 10-2 over Fort McMurray.

Then on Sunday, the Trackers were off to Grande Prairie as they took on the Storm.

Similar to Saturday’s game, the Trackers were off to a great start as they would manage to score three goals by the end of the first period.

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By the end of the second, the Trackers would lead 5-2 over the Storm.

In the third period, the Trackers would manage to score two more goals, making the final score 7-2 over Grande Prairie.

Up next, the Trackers are on the road next weekend, January 17 to the 18, for three games as they take on teams from Edmonton and area.

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