The Fort St. John Huskies grinded out a 6-4 win over the Slave Lake Wolves last night. The team had only 10 skaters but scored two goals in the third to take the victory. Cayle Bell had three goals while Lien Miller-Jeannotte had two.The Grande Prairie suffered their first loss of the year, albeit in overtime. The North Peace Navigators jumped out with three goals in the first period, however the JDA Kings stormed back with three of their own in the third. Samuel Lauzon had three assists as the Navigators won 5-4 in extra time.The Dawson Creek Junior Canucks had their way with the Sexsmith Vipers 7-1. The Junior Canucks improved their record to 6-7, while the Vipers fell to 1-10-0-1.- Advertisement –
MONTREAL – Montreal police say they have arrested a man who was sought in connection with alleged drug offences in Ontario and was also on a list of most wanted criminals in the United States.They say they apprehended Katay-Khaophone Sychanta, 35, and another man on a cycling path last Wednesday for alleged drug possession.Ontario Provincial Police were looking for Sychanta, who was the subject of a Canada-wide arrest warrant.Montreal police say he was on the list of the top 10 criminals wanted by the Homeland Security Investigations unit of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.Sychanta was arraigned in Montreal last Thursday on charges of drug possession, obstructing the work of police officers and using false documents.He is expected to be sent to Ontario before possible extradition proceedings.The most-wanted list states Sychanta was born in Laos and was first indicted in 2005 in Michigan.It says he evaded capture and continued to supervise a drug-smuggling organization based near Windsor, Ont.