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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northeast B.C. Yukon Midget Trackers are home this Sunday as they host the Peace River Royals.

Last weekend, the Trackers were on the road for a three-game series.

The Trackers faced the St. Albert Blues, the Sturgeon Sting, and the Maple Leaf Athletic Club.

The Trackers lost the first two games, with the Blues and the Sting, and tied Sunday’s game with MLAC.

Currently, in the Bouchier Division Standings, the Trackers are in a strong first place of 42 points, with the Peace River Royals in a distant second of 27 points.

Current Bouchier Division Standings as of February 14. Source NAHL

The last time the Trackers faced the Royals was in Peace River, where the game resulted in a final tie of four apiece.

The Trackers are hosting the Royals on Sunday, February 17, at the Pomeroy Sport Centre. Puck drop is 4:30 p.m.

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