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first_imgIt was a game that could have gone either way as the Fort St. John Flyers and the Terrace River Kings took part in the opening game of the Coy Cup. The game was close throughout it’s duration as evidenced by the fact it went into overtime but in the end it was a Flyers turnover in their own zone that resulted in the River Kings taking the contest by a score of 4-3.Head coach Gerard Dicaire said the turnover and a lack of situational awareness contributed to the goal that sank the Flyers in the game.“It was a scrambly play,” I know there was a breakdown behind the net and we had a guy just watching, not looking behind him in front and the puck snuck through his legs and he [Chapin Leblond] had a one timer from the hashmarks and it just squeaked through Andy [Jared Andersen].”- Advertisement -Despite the loss there was a lot to like from the Flyers on Tuesday night. They played solid in the first and throughout most of the third. Special teams were also key as they were 2/3 with the man advantage, and killed off all of their penalties including a five on three situation for 1:50.“Having Brad [Fast] come in, he’s quarterbacked power plays at all levels of the game. He definitely gives the guys confidence and he’s good at getting the puck through. It’s good to see because I think at the end of this tournament you’ll see that power plays and penalty kills will win and lose you games and it will be the deciding factor.”The Flyers played as strong of a first period as one could ask for as they dominated the opening 20 minutes but only had a one goal lead to show for their efforts off of the stick of Adam Horst.Advertisement The River Kings responded with a solid second of their own and took a 2-1 lead before Tyler Loney scored a late marker to tie the game at two.Terrace took the lead again in the third but a late power play goal by Rick Cleaver tied the game to ensure overtime.The Flyers next opponent, and time of the next Moose FM broadcast tomorrow will be finalized after the completion of the game tonight between the Powell River Regals, and the Fort Nelson Yeti.last_img read more

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