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The first period had started and Alaska was able to get the early jump on Dawson Creek with goals from Kevin Novakovich and Codey Hansen. The home team immediately answered back with a sharp goal from Austin Adduono. The play continued back and forth with the Avalanche getting on the board one more time to make it 3-1 after 20 minutes of play.

The second period started and proved to be a little more physical as both teams came out a little sharper. Dawson Creek was able to generate plenty of opportunities during the second frame, including numerous chances on the power play. Alaska would then be awarded a power play and find early success to make it 4-1 as the second period came to an end.

The final period was underway with Dawson Creek shorthanded. Alaska had been finding success with their power play and they continued to do so by making it 5-1. The Rage went on to do their best to battle back and quick goals from Austin Adduono and Stephen Saretsky (power play) gave the home team a fighting chance.  The clock would run out as the score stood at 5-3 in favor of Alaska.

The Rage wil now head out on the road for the next four weeks and will return to Dawson Creek for two games on December 16 & 17.

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