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On Friday, Nov.25, the Huskies found themselves in enemy territory, taking on long-time rival the Junior Canucks. Despite a 1-0 Dawson Creek lead after one period, the Huskies evened the game in the second while on the power play. Cody Hildebrand scored with the man advantage, with assists going to Robbie Sidhu and recent addition to the Huskies roster, Cody Poggenpohl.

Although, the Junior Canucks would score again later in the second frame to conclude the period with the Huskies down 2-1.

Fortunately, the Huskies were not discouraged trailing after two periods, and would once again benefit from the man advanatage. Robbie Sidhu tied the game on the power play roughly four minutes into the third period, and Jamie Watson scored the Huskies’ third and game winning goal, once again while on the man advantage. Poggenpohl and rookie leader Dave Marshell would earn the assists on the game winning goal.

Sidhu, Captain Cody Hildebrand and newcomer Cody Poggenpohl all finished the game with two points.

Saturday, Nov. 26, the boys were in Beaverlodge to take on the not-so-sharp Bades. To the surprise of many, Fort St. John only led by a single goal after one period, as they entered the second up 3-2. Head coach Gary Alexander must have said something during the first intermission to spark his club, who put on an eight goal performance in the remaining two frames, to earn an 11-3 victory.

Robbie Sidhu would finish the game with a 7 point (2 goal, 5 assists) performance under his belt. Forward Cole Calliou also registered 5 points (1 goal, 4 assists) and Brighton Campbell lit the lamp three times for a hat-trick. Multiple other Huskies finished the game with multi-point games.

With back-to-back wins, the Huskies improved their record to .500 (8-8-0-0) and sit in the middle of the NWJHL standings.

The sled dogs will next take to the ice on Friday, Dec. 2, when they are back in Beaverlodge for another clash with the Blades.

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