Support local news and get a FREE mug!

Multiple hockey organizations in Northeast B.C. hit the ice this past weekend, including the Trackers, Predators and Flyers.

All three Northeast BC Predators teams earned a win this past weekend.

In an exhibition game on Saturday, the under-18 Predators defeated the Fort St. John Eagles 7-2.

The under-15 squad defeated a Dawson Creek team, a combined under-15 and under-18 team, 9-7.

The under-13 Predators got a huge 15-0 shutout win against Beaverlodge on Sunday. The Beaverlodge team was combined with under-13 and under-15 players.

All three teams compete in the Richmond Classic female hockey tournament from October 21st to 23rd.

The under-18 Northeast BC & Yukon Trackers finished a tournament in Kelowna with a 3-1 record. The squad placed fifth in the tournament after defeating the Cloverdale Colts in a 4-0 shutout.

The Trackers’ regular season begins this Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.

The under-15 Bantam Trackers were also busy this past weekend. The team went 4-1 at the Bauer Invitational in Abbotsford.

The team was eliminated in the semi-finals after falling 3-2 to the West Kootenay Crusaders in a shootout.

The Fort St. John under-13 Flyers were on the road this past weekend. The team came away with a 10-4 loss on Saturday and a 2-2 tie on Sunday against the Fort McMurray Oil Barons.

The Flyers are hosting the Whitecourt Wolverines this weekend. The puck drops at 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Pomeroy Sport Centre and Sunday at 9 a.m. at the North Peace Arena.

Report an error

Read our guiding principles

Thanks for reading!

Our goal is to cover all the local news and events happening in Northeast B.C. If you believe in this coverage, becoming a Supporter is a great way to help!

As a Supporter, you also get our investigative stories early and a FREE mug!

More stories you might like

Avatar photo

Tre Lopushinsky is the News Director at Energeticcity.ca, and a NAIT broadcasting graduate. His love for local journalism started in Lloydminster, where he realized the importance of covering issues/topics for smaller municipalities. He is also the co-host of Before The Peace, highlighting Indigenous voices in the North Peace. In his off time, Tre is yelling at his tv while watching pro wrestling, MMA, and basketball.