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Spokane Chiefs vs. Portland Winterhawks (April 9)

Nic Petan had one goal and one assist and Mac Carruth stopped 25 shots as the Portland Winterhawks defeated the Spokane Chiefs 3-1 to take a 3-0 series lead in their best-of-seven WHL conference semifinal, Tuesday, April 9, 2013, in the Spokane Arena.

Related story: Portland takes 3-0 series lead on Chiefs


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Spokane Chiefs goaltender Eric Williams (35) makes the stop of Portland Winterhawks Taylor Leier’s (20) puck in the first period.


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Spokane Chiefs Tyler King (7) and Cole Wedman (24) put the squeeze play on Portland Winterhawks Taylor Leier (20) in the first period.


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Portland Winterhawks Ty Rattie (8) scores the first goal of the night against Spokane Chiefs goaltender Eric Williams (35) in the first period.


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Spokane goaltender Eric Williams (35) stops Portland Winterhawks Brendan Leipsic’s (28) strike on the Chiefs goal in the first period.


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Spokane Chiefs Jackson Playfair’s (28) hockey stick catches Portland Winterhawks Adam de Champlain (11) in shoulder during first period.


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Spokane Chiefs Jackson Playfair (28) (falling) competes for the puck with Portland Winterhawks Adam de Champlain (11) in the first period.


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Portland’s Nicolas Petan left, scores the second Winterhawks goal of the night against Spokane’s goaltender Eric Williams (35) in the second period.


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Spokane Chiefs Alessio Bertaggia (13) is called for a tripping penalty after tangling up with Portland Winterhawks Ty Rattie (8) in the second period.


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During a power play, Blake Gal (with arms raised) scores the Spokane Chiefs first goal of the night against Portland Winterhawks goaltender Mac Carruth (31) in the second period.


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Spokane Chiefs Alessio Bechaggia is tripped up by Portland Winterhawks Keegan Iverson in the third period.

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