Saturday’s game began with the Flyers being outscored 2-1 in the opening frame. However, the Tracker Flyers must have found their offensive inspiration during the first intermission. The team came out flying in the second, scoring five goals, compared to just one by Peace River.

The Tracker Flyers would add another two goals in the third, for a final score of 8-4.

Leading the offensive charge for the Tracker Flyers were Jordan Harder and Jade McMullen. Both forwards scored twice and added three assists, with Harder’s second goal being the eventual game winner. Multiple other players finished the tilt with multi-point performances.

Michael Chute made 30 saves in between the pipes for the Tracker Flyers win.

The following day, the team was in Grande Prairie, for an afternoon affair with the Strike Energy Storm, in a game that saw 16 goals produced.

The game began with the Tracker Flyers in complete control, as the team scored five goals in the opening frame, compared to Grande Prairie’s one. Not even a four goal second period from the Strike Energy Storm could discourage the Tracker Flyers, who continued to score goals at will.

The boys matched their first period production in the second and third period combined, bringing their goal total to ten, for an eventual 10-6 final.

Logan Daneluk had himself a game to remember, registering an impressive eight point performance with two goals and six assists. Jade McMullen, the league’s leading scorer was also up to his old tricks, scoring a hat-trick and adding four assists.

With his twelve point weekend, McMullen continues to lead the NAMHL is the scoring department. In just 11 games played, he has 44 points (23 goals and 21 assists).

Daimon Darouin made 38 saves for the Tracker Flyers win.

Next on the schedule for the NE B.C. and Yukon Tracker Flyers is back-to-back home games against the Slave Lake Thunder. Game one will take place the evening of Saturday, Nov.19 in Dawson Creek, while game two will be in Fort St John Sunday morning.