The Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs are still looking to get into the win column.
 
On Friday night (Oct.26), the Senior AAA Chiefs travelled south to Innisfail to take on the Eagles.
 
Down 4-2 going into the third period, Michael Desjarlais and Connor Hartley lessened the gap to one, but the Chiefs couldn't muster another tally.
 
"We had a couple of late chances to tie it up, but just couldn't get it done," said goaltender Garret Kindred.
 
Sunday afternoon, Fort Sask welcomed Rosetown to the JRC.
 
Despite firing 40 shots towards Nik Amundrud, Tyler Stevenson was the only Chief to find the back of the net as the Redwings topped the Fort 9-1.
 
"You get behind early and it's really tough to come back in this league," added Kindred.
 
The Chiefs will head to Lacombe on Friday (Nov.2) to take on the Generals and Saturday (Nov.3) they'll make a stop in Stony Plain.
 

 

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