The Dryden GM Ice Dogs have to give back a win.

Dryden has been forced to forfeit its 3-1 win over Fort Frances on Monday for using an ineligible player.

The Superior International Junior Hockey League deemed the use of the ineligible player by the team as strictly inadvertent, but Fort Frances will receive the victory for the game.

The statistics for players on both sides from the contest will still count.

Dryden is on the road for games against Thunder Bay tonight and tomorrow.

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