NWJHL weekend recap: February 14 to 17

The NWJHL regular season was concluded on the weekend. The Fort St. John Huskies ended the season with two wins, and will now have the week off on a bye. 

The playoffs began last night, with #5-seed Grande Prairie beating #4-seed Fairview Flyers in Game 1 of their best of five series. Game 1 of the other series between the #3-seed Dawson Creek Junior Canucks and #6-seed Sexsmith Vipers goes tonight.

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1. Fort St. John Huskies - 68 points
2. North Peace Navigators - 52
3. Dawson Creek Jr. Canucks - 48
4. Fairview Flyers - 46
5. County of Grande Prairie Kings - 33
6. Sexsmith Vipers - 14

Playoffs — Round 1

Fort St. John Huskies - bye

North Peace Navigators - bye

Fairview Flyers 0, Grande Prairie Kings 1 (best-of-five series)

Dawson Creek Jr. Canucks 0, Sexsmith Vipers 0 (best-of-five series)


Friday, February 14
Fort St. John 2, Fairview 1
North Peace 4, Dawson Creek 3 (OT)

Saturday, February 15
Sexsmith 4, Dawson Creek 2
Fort St. John 3, North Peace 2
Fairview 5, County of Grande Prairie 4 (OT)

Sunday, February 16
County of Grande Prairie 8, Sexsmith 1

Tuesday, February 18
Game 1: County of Grande Prairie 5, Fairview 4 (OT)

Upcoming Games

Wednesday, February 19
Game 1: Sexsmith at Dawson Creek, 8 p.m.

Thursday, February 20
Game 2: Fairview at County of Grande Prairie, 8:30 p.m.

Friday, February 21
Game 2: Dawson Creek at Sexsmith, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, February 22
Game 3: County of Grande Prairie at Fairview, 8 p.m.
Game 3: Sexsmith at Dawson Creek, 8 p.m.

Monday, February 24
Game 4: Dawson Creek at Sexsmith, 8 p.m.

Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca.

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