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FORT ST. JOHN B.C.- The Dawson Creek Kodiaks evened the series against the Fort St. John Huskies at two games apiece after a 4-1 win on Tuesday.
The Kodiaks took full advantage of the momentum they had from game three and rode the wave for a game four win.
It was the Kodiaks who opened the scoring in the first period, with goals from Markus Ruehl and Brandon Rowley.
The Huskies had to fight and claw their way in the game, finally getting on the scoreboard from a goal by Cayden Frenette in the second period.
However, just when the Huskies seemed to gain some footing, Kodiaks Antoni Heartt scored late in the frame to go up 3-1.
In the third period, the Kodiaks continued to gain more confidence in their play and they added a goal by Camron Wickham to secure the win.
Game five of the series takes place Wednesday at the North Peace Arena. The puck drop is at 8 p.m.
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