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Mon., March 12, 2012, 10:25 p.m.

Chiefs at Seattle as season winds down

Chiefs center Steve Kuhn will play in his 283rd consecutive Western Hockey League game tonight. (Dan Pelle)
Chiefs center Steve Kuhn will play in his 283rd consecutive Western Hockey League game tonight. (Dan Pelle)

The Spokane Chiefs have just four regular-season games remaining and will hit the road to take on the Seattle Thunderbirds on Tuesday night. They'll play all four games in five nights this week, and though they're locked into a first-round matchup with the Vancouver Giants, home-ice advantage is still up for grabs.

The Chiefs are coming off a win over Kootenay on Saturday - but prior to that lost to Tri-City and fell to Kelowna in a shootout.

In case you missed it last week, here's our feature on ironman Steve Kuhn - who is on the verge of setting an unprecedented streak for Spokane. 

Also: Defenseman Davis Vandane will miss the next two games after the league suspended him for his accumulation of kneeing penalties.




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