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Huskies drop game one in round two of the playoffs

In the second, the Navigators scored half way through the period with a goal from Carson Fairless. In the third period, the Huskies tried to mount a comeback with a powerplay goal from Cole Calliou, but the Navigators scored two powerplay goals of their own in the period.  The Huskies ended up scoring one more goal at the 16:24 mark...

Huskies begin series with top ranked Peace River

The Huskies will enter the series in the hopes of achieving something they failed to do in the regular season, defeat the Navigators. In their six meetings during the regular season, the team failed to secure a victory, being outscored 43-16 in the process. Another obstacle the Huskies will have to overcome is competing against a very fresh Peace River...

Crashed Ice win a thrilling experience for Horst

It was the first time the speedy skater had placed first in a final race in the four years he has been competing in the extreme sport. Moose FM and Energeticcity.ca spoke with Horst one-on-one to gain some insight about the first place finish, and also what it’s like competing in such an exciting sport. Horst says his game plan entering...

Fort St. John Wrestling Club to compete in Provincials

The championships begin bright and early Friday at 7 a.m. and will be taking place at the Adidas Sportsplex in Penticton. The Wrestling Club should enter the competition high on confidence, as the team is coming off a stellar performance at the Zone Championships, which took place Feb.11. At Zones, the club won 5 gold, 2 silvers and a bronze medal. Along...

Field House hosting season ending soccer tournament

The tournament will involve teams from all age groups, who will each play at different times throughout the weekend. The younger ages will begin playing at 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb.24, with the older teams playing Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday.   Friday, games will begin at 4 p.m. with the final game of the day being played at 9 p.m.....

Local athletes representing the Peace at B.C. Winter Games

In the gymnastics event, Assistant Coach Leanne Couch, along with athletes Heather Smith and Jaston Stockall will be representing the Caribou-North East. The gymnastics portion of the Games will begin Friday, Feb.24. Taking to the ice, Fort St. John athletes Jordan Kosinsky and Cassidy Bell will be looking to bring home a gold medal, as the two defencemen represent the Energetic...

FSJ Minor Hockey in need of executives

According to a Bylaw which was adopted after last year’s AGM, these vacant positions must be filled prior to the start of the season or the upcoming season may be forced to be postponed or even cancelled for the divisions affected by such vacancies. As of now, the positions needing to be filled are President, Junior Recreational Director and Senior...

Huskies progress to second round with 4-3 win over Sexsmith

Much like game three of the series, game four saw the Huskies’ offence make an early appearance, as the reigning League MVP Robbie Sidhu opened the scoring only 26 seconds into the first period, giving the Huskies the ever-important early 1-0 lead. Assists on the play were awarded to Steven Fast and Huskies’ Captain Cody Hildebrand. According to Huskies assistant...

Rage players to be auctioned off for charity

Cocktail hour will run from 6-7 p.m. and dinner will be eaten from 7-8 p.m. with the player auction following the dinner portion of the evening. Tickets to the evening's festivities are $100 per person, or $80 per person if a table of ten is bought, with tickets including dinner, as well as a martini and SWAG gifts. The evening is...

Streeper and family make mush of competition

Streeper, fresh off winning the Wyoming Championship, which was raced in the USA, headed north with his team, Streeper Kennels, to compete and win the 3 day, 105 mile race. It was a special event not only for Buddy Streeper, as his wife Lina Glad rewrote the record books by becoming the highest placed women in the event. She was...

Knights of Columbus place second in weekend tournament

The Knights of Columbus Flyers entered the tournament with a disadvantage, as their roster continued to be plagued with injury and illness, resulting in the team being down to a single original defenceman and one affiliated blue-liner, forcing the team to move some forwards to defence. The Flyers kicked off the weekend tournament with a 6-2 win over Grande Prairie....

Busche finishes second at Senior Curling finals

In what were fairly close finals, King and her team, who had the hammer in the finals, used that advantage to score four points in the ninth end to secure the 9-3 championship winning score. Busche’s appearance in the finals came after narrowly defeating team Harper in the semis by a score of 7-6, which was secured in the fourth...

U18 Strikers to compete in Tier 2 Provincials

The win is a significant one for Fort St. John, as the U18 Strikers have yet to play at the Tier 2 level, usually competing for Provincials in the third tier. The Strikers have one more tournament in hand before competing in Provincials. The team will travel to Edmonton, and then it’s off to Calgary for their first taste of...

Huskies take command of series with big home win

The evening festivities began even before the puck was dropped, as prior to the start of the game, NWJHL President Allan Spence presented Huskies forward and leading scorer Robbie Sidhu with the well deserved honour of League MVP. Sidhu finished the regular season second in league scoring with 87 points (32 goals, 55 assists) and was the backbone of...

Fort St. John's Adam Horst wins Crashed Ice event in Sweden

"It’s something that you want from the very first time you enter a race," said Horst. "To win… I really don’t know what to say! My first race was in Quebec in 2008... it’s something that I have hoped for for many years!" In Red Bull Crashed Ice, skaters descend a steep ice canal filled with bumps, jumps, rollers and...

Vipers tie up playoff series with Huskies

  The Huskies started the scoring in the first period with a goal from Dave Marshell only 90 seconds in the period. From there, it was all Sexsmith.  The Vipers then scored four goals in the second period with three of those coming on the power play. The Vipers scored one more goal before the end of the third for a final...

North Peace Arena hosting Novice weekend tournament

The tournament will be running throughout the weekend, and will feature novice teams from all across Fort St. John. The tournament is free of charge to attend.

Dawson Creek hosting National Women's U18 hockey championship

The championship, taking place Nov.7-12, 2012, is being considered significant to the city of Dawson Creek, as it will help in establishing a good reputation for future potential sporting events to be held in the city. It’s also valuable to the community and families residing in the city, as it encourages healthy, active living and community engagement. Regarding the...
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