Despite being on the penalty kill, the Tracker Flyers opened the scoring in the first period, as Jordan Harder would score a short-handed goal roughly eight minutes into the game.
Beaumont would even the score roughly five minutes later to conclude the first period with both teams locked in a one-all tie.
The Tracker Flyers wasted little time to re-take the lead, as Harder would score his second of the game in dramatic fashion, only 26 seconds into the second period.
The Tracker Flyers would go on to extend their lead in the second to 3-1, as Collin Mathieson would score at the midway point of the period.
Each team would exchange goals in the third, with Jade McMullen, the league’s leading scorer, scoring for the Tracker Flyers for the 4-2 final. He also registered two assists in the win.
McMullen continues to impose his will on a regular basis, as the NAMHL’s leading point scorer has now registered 52 points, (28 Goals and 24 Assists) in just 14 games played.
With the weekend win, the NE B.C. & Yukon Tracker Flyers are currently tied for first place in the NAMHL’s North Black Division. The Flyers are tied with the Grande Prairie Strike Energy Storm, with both teams earning 22 points. However, the Tracker Flyers have the edge in games played, as they have played 14, compared to Grande Prairie, who has hit the ice 16 times.
The Tracker Flyers have themselves a busy upcoming weekend, which will have them travel to three different cities in three days. Friday, Dec. 2, the boys will open their weekend road trip in Leduc, to take on the Roughnecks.