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Help Huskies fill the bus today

Team tradition runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Fort St. John Huskies will be going door-to-door today to help stock the shelves at the Salvation Army food bank.

The team tradition runs from 11 to 3 p.m., and residents can also drop off donations directly at the Salvation Army, Butcher Block, Save-On Foods, No Frills, and the Bounce Radio and Move 98.5 studios.

Win streak continues 

The Huskies returned home from Fairview last night, picking up a 6-3 win over the Flyers.

The team is now at 18-0-1 on season, and remain atop the NWJHL standings with 35 points.

The Huskies will take on the second-place Sexsmith Vipers (10-7-3) on Dec. 1 at the North Peace Arena.


Fort St. John Huskies at Fairview Flyers
Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021, 8 p.m., Fairview Arena, Fairview

Attendance: 125

1st Period
Fairview, Eric Dentinger (Tristyn Corliss) — 7:51
Fort St. John, Alex Nimmo (Nathan Brownlee, Brandon Modde) — 7:12
Fairview, Tristyn Corliss (Cale Fox, Eric Dentinger), powerplay — 4:32

2nd Period
Fort St. John, Alex Nimmo (Logan Kimmie, Reid Bateman) — 11:14

3rd Period
Fort St. John, Logan Kimmie (Alex Nimmo, Brandon Modde) — 19:17
Fairview, Eric Dentinger (Tristyn Corliss) — 11:04
Fort St. John, Jaden Loverin (Brandon Modde, Nathan Brownlee) — 10:31
Fort St. John, Jared Winkel (Conrad Wiebe) — 8:11
Fort St. John, Nathan Brownlee (Logan Jimmie) — 4:29

Powerplay — Fort St. John (0/5); Fairview (1/4)

Goalies (saves/shots) — Fort St. John, Daniel Sturgeon (14/17); Fairview, Andre Giesbrecht (28/34)