Head Coach Gary Alexander says that while the energy wasn’t particularly high in the game, players did their jobs effectively and hindered the Dawson Creek attack all night.“I thought we played really well defensively. We played our position well, we clogged up the middle, we collapsed well in front of the net when they had any chances,” he says. “We kept them to the outside all night long. I didn’t think we had the best energetic game but we did really play our positions well and that paid off.”The third line of Dayne Pedersen, Cole Calliou and Shawn Holliday were a spark plug for the Huskies all night. The Junior Canucks had issues all evening with the speed of the trio and were responsible for all three goals on the evening.- Advertisement -“They had a real good game. They clicked well together. Calliou was great digging out pucks. They had a really pretty little play where they popped that one goal in. Two out of the three goals for that line was a real bonus for us tonight.” Alexander states.Scoring in order for the Huskies were Dayne Pedersen, Cole Calliou, and Shawn Holliday.The win essentially clinches third place in the North West Junior Hockey League standings for the Huskies. The team needs one win in their final two games against either Beaverlodge or Slave Lake to officially put their stamp on the spot.Advertisement Next up for Fort St. John is a game tomorrow night as the team travels to Beaverlodge to take on the Blades. Faceoff is scheduled for 8 p.m.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Thousands of residents are without telephone, cable television and Internet service after wildfires and strong winds across the region damaged fiber-optic cables, officials said Monday. About 9,500 Charter Communications customers in Malibu, Agoura Hills, parts of Calabasas, Hidden Hills, unincorporated areas of Topanga and an unincorporated area next to Woodland Hills are without service, spokesman Craig Watson said. Customers lost power Sunday afternoon after flames burned hundreds of feet of a fiber-optic cable that provides service to nine out of 10 Malibu customers. Charter customers should be able to watch Channels 2, 4 and 7 if they unplug their television cable from their cable box and plug it directly into their television, Watson said. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Hundreds of Time Warner Cable customers in Santa Clarita, Stevenson Ranch, Canyon Country and Copper Canyon lost Internet, phone and television service because of high winds, commercial power outages and wildfires. But thousands of customers already have had their service restored, said spokeswoman Patti Rockenwagner. The number of people without power “is truly dynamic and it depends on the situation,” Rockenwagner said. Crews for both companies have to wait for roads to reopen to make repairs, making it difficult to estimate when service will be restored.