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CLAIRMONT, A.B. – The Fort St. John Huskies played against the Grande Prairie JDA Kings on Saturday at the NWJHL Showcase in Clairmont, Alberta.In period one, at 9:37 into the game in a power play situation, Jacob Lang shot one into the net with an assist from Jared Loewen and Gary Loewen.Then 20 seconds later, still in a power play, Gary Loewen scored on the Kings with a double assist by Jacob Lang and Jared Winkel making the score 2-0 as they headed into period two.- Advertisement -At 5:45 into the second period, Joel Bourgeois shot one on the Kings with an assist by Matthew Apsassin, making the score 3-0.Then at 9:43 left in the second frame, the Kings scored one on the Huskies making it a score of 3-1 at the end of the second.In period three, at 9:38 left in the game, Gary Loewen sent another puck into the net, making it a 4-1 lead for the Huskies. Geoff Dick and Jared Winkel made the assist.Advertisement The Huskies went on to finish the game 4-1 over the Kings.The Huskies continue the Showcase as they face Fairview Flyers on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. in Clairmont.
RelatedPeople planning holidays ‘should not worry’ about more firms collapsingHolidaymakers thinking of booking flights abroad should not be concerned about further collapses in the holiday markeJet2.com Lands at Glasgow AirportJet2.com has today (14 September) unveiled Glasgow Airport as its eighth and newest base, bringing substantial investment.Credit crunch ‘fails to hit holidays’Credit crunch ‘fails to hit holidays’ Freedom Direct Holidays has ceased trading after it failed to renew its Air travel Organisers Licence. The Newcastle-based company, which also traded as freedomdirect.co.uk and hotsunholidays.co.uk, offered holiday packages to the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and Turkey.It has been estimated by the Civil Aviation Authority that 200 people are currently abroad on one of the company’s holidays, while a further 10,000 people have advance travel bookings for this year.Issuing a statement on the company’s website, Freedom Direct’s chief executive Martin Jones said: “We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused to our customers and to thank the many people who have booked holidays with us over the last 12 years.”As well as selling package holidays, Freedom Direct sold flights, accommodation and packages on behalf of airlines, accommodation suppliers and tour operators.Last year, the collapse of XL, which was Britain’s third-largest package holiday group, left tens of thousands of Brits stranded abroad.Stranded passengers can use Skyscanner to find alternative flights. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map