Trackers hosting meet and greet after naming new head coach

A photo of last year's NEBC/Yukon Trackers training camp. Photo by NEBC and Yukon Trackers Facebook page

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northeast BC/Tukon Trackers have announced that they have hired a new head coach.

The team announced last Thursday that it had hired David C. Johnston as their new head coach. Johnston has an array of experience under his belt, most recently serving as the former head coach of the BCHL’s Nanaimo Clippers.

For prospective and returning players that are interested in meeting their new head coach, the Trackers will be hosting a pair of meet-and-greets this week. The first is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, August 16th in the Meeting Room of the Super 8 hotel in Dawson Creek. The second will take place on Wednesday night at the Energetic Learning Campus at the Pomeroy Sports Centre in Fort St. John. Start time for both meet-and-greets is 7:30 p.m.

To get more information, and find a link to the Trackers training camp registration forms, head to http://www.fsjminorhockey.ca/.

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