Friday, October 12, the team will depart for Strathcona to take on the 0-2-1 Warriors for a Friday evening showdown. Strathcona enters Friday’s game sitting fifth in the six-team division, having scored nine goals in their three games so far, while allowing 17 to be scored on them.

Saturday, the Trackers will hit the road to take on the Northeast Panthers, the East White Division’s top ranked team. The Panthers have yet to suffer a defeat this season with a perfect 2-0-0 record, and have the firepower to back those stats up. The team has scored 15 goals, while only allowing four, so the Trackers will have to sharpen their defensive skills for this tilt.

Finally, the busy weekend concludes Sunday, as the Trackers find themselves in Wainright, to tango with the Polar Kings. Opposite to their Saturday foes, the Polar Kings occupy the basement of the East White Division, sitting in last place with a 0-2-0 record.

Looking at Wainright’s stat line, the team has scored four goals in their two games played, while allowing six.

The Trackers enter the big weekend sitting fourth in the NAMHL’s North Black Division with a record of 1-0-0. In its lone game so far, the team has scored six goals, while allowing only two.

It’s a big weekend for the Trackers in the standings, as a possible 6 points could see them shoot to first place in their division.