Tomorrow, the Trackers will welcome the division leading Peace River Royals to Fort St. John, a team they have played twice so far this season, first losing 4-0 in Dawson Creek, then 9-2 in Peace River.
Saturday’s matinee will take place at Fort St. John’s North Peace Arena, with the puck scheduled to drop at 1:45 p.m.
The next day, the team will travel to Dawson Creek, where they will welcome the Grande Prairie Sherpa Safety Storm, another divisional rival, who occupy second place in the North Black Division, and lead the third placed Trackers by only five points.
Much like Peace River, the Trackers have played Grande Prairie twice already this season, however, with completely opposite results. In the two games played so far, the Trackers have yet to suffer a loss to the Sherpa Safety Storm, defeating them 4-3 in their first meeting, followed by a 6-5 victory.
The Trackers have been on an absolute tear as of late, entering the weekend’s matches boasting an impressive six-game winning streak, while winning eight of their last ten games overall.