The teams will first meet Saturday evening in Dawson Creek, for a 7 p.m. game one. The following day’s game will be played in Fort St. John, beginning at 12:30 p.m.

There will be some familiarity in this weekend’s double-header, as Saturday’s game will be the second time the Trackers and the Thunder have squared off this year. The teams met back on September 30 in Slave Lake, where the Trackers handed the Thunder a 6-2 beating.

The Trackers enter the weekend in fourth place of the NAMHL’s North Black Division, with a record of 2-2-0 and four points. On the other side of the ice, the Thunder sit in fifth place in that same North Black Division, entering the weekend with a record of 1-5-0 and two points.

With a possible four points on the line, back-to-back wins could see the Trackers climb in their division rankings. A winless weekend for division rivals, the Fort McMurray Barons, would result in the Trackers moving into a tie for third place.