DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers were on the ice for three games this weekend. Friday and Saturday they were in Chetwynd for an exhibition double header against the Prince George Tier 1 Cougars, and Sunday they played in their final regular season game against the Big Lakes Thunder.On Friday things didn’t quite go the Trackers way as they fell 6-3, however they responded well on Saturday with a 2-1 win over the Cougars.The club’s final regular season game put a bow on a strong February as they had an easy time with the Thunder after an 8-3 win.- Advertisement -N.E. B.C. opened the scoring early in the first but the teams were tied at one after the first period.Late in the second the Trackers and Thunder were tied at three, but a late goal with 1:58 left put N.E. B.C. up one heading to the intermission.The timing of the goal sparked the Trackers over the final 20 minutes. They scored four times, including three markers in a span of just over four minutes to round out the scoring.Advertisement Scoring for the Trackers on Sunday were Kaine Comin, Keenan Halverson, Jeridyn Loewen, Tanner Hansen (2), Gary Loewen, Robert Young, and Griffin Young.Unfortunately for the team due to a restructuring by Hockey Alberta in their playoff format, the Trackers will not be able to compete in the NAMHL playoffs. Their season is not over however as they’ll be in Comox for provincials March 13-17.