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Flyers Drop Consecutive Games Against Virden Oil Capitals

The Winkler Flyers drop their second game against Virden 5-2.

Virden once again capitalized on the power play scoring their 6th power play marker in the last two games.

Special teams a non factor for the Flyers so far as they fail to score on their 6 power play attempts, while allowing Virden to go 2 for 3 on the man advantage.

Some bright spots for the Flyers include the solid play in net for Dylan Meilun.

Daniel Isaak also playing well for the Flyers as he was rewarded with his first goal of the year.

The Flyers look to bounce back next weekend in another home and home against the Virden Oil Capitals.