Ross H. MacLean Flyers wrap up regular season with three wins

The Flyers and Canucks played a home and home set on Friday and Saturday. Friday’s contest was in Fort St. John and the Flyers got off to a hot start with two goals in the first period as they took a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes.

The Flyers increased their lead to three early in the frame until Dawson Creek found the back of the net with 1:59 left in the second, and added another 22 seconds later. The Flyers increased their lead back to two with a goal 18 seconds after the second Dawson Creek marker. The Flyers led 4-2 after the second was out.

The game was put away mid way through the third period by the Flyers. The teams traded goals mid way through the period, and the Flyers eventually went up 6-3. Dawson Creek responded with two late goals to make the final 6-5.

Goals for the Flyers were scored by Duncan Ross, Isaac Wagner, Connor Bowie, Curtis Hammond, Cooper Beamish, and Connor Kindrat.

The two clubs did it all again in Dawson Creek on Saturday. The first period couldn’t have gone any better for the Flyers. They were on fire out of the gate and put up six goals as they lead 6-0 after the opening frame.

As play resumed in the second period, Dawson Creek cut into the big lead the Flyers had built up and made the score 6-3. Two late goals by the Flyers restored their comfortable lead at 8-3.

In the final frame the Canucks were able to put four up on the board however Fort St. John found the back of the net twice to make the final 10-7.

Scoring for the Flyers were Curtis Hammond (4), Logan Kimmie (2), Connor Bowie (2), Cooper Beamish, and Zachery Peters.

The team returned to Fort St. John for their final game of the regular season against Peace River. The Flyers again came out strong in the first period with three goals, and led 3-0 after the opening frame. 

There was no scoring in the second, but in the third period the Flyers took a 5-0 lead before Peace River added a goal late, making the final score 5-1.

Goals for the Flyers were scored by Isaac Wagner, Curtis Hammond, Connor Kindrat, Tyler Turner, and Connor Bowie.

The Flyers will kick off their playoffs against the Peace River Mustangs.