It was a winning weekend for the Fort St. John Huskies with identical results over the Northwest Junior Hockey League's top two teams.
On Friday, Nathan Brownlee and Brandon Modde each had a goal and an assist as the Huskies doubled the Sexsmith Vipers 4-2.
The Huskies were down 2-0 five-and-a-half minutes into the second before they turned things around, scoring four unanswered goals.
Kurtis Lee had a three-point night (1 goal, 2 assists) Saturday to lead the Huskies to another 4-2 decision, this time over the Grande Prairie Wheat Kings.
Nick Loewen and Raymond Dick each added a goal and and a helper in what proved to be Fort St. John’s 11-straight win – the Huskies went unbeaten for the entire month of November.
Following play on the weekend, the Huskies sit alone in third place in the league standings three points back of the Kings and five behind Vipers.
The Pups are home this coming weekend for back-to-back games against Peace River Saturday night (8 p.m.) and Sunday afternoon.
Puck drop Sunday is 2 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.