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  • Broken jaw sidelines Chiefs defenseman Kichton

    Spokane Chiefs top defenseman Brenden Kichton will miss the remainder of the WHL playoffs with a broken jaw.


  • Chiefs have work cut out for them

    Hockey: The Spokane Chiefs have a little making up to do tonight and Wednesday in their best-of-7, first-round WHL playoff series with the Vancouver Giants at the Spokane Arena. The …


  • Giants rough up Chiefs again for 2-0 lead

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia – The Spokane Chiefs entered Pacific Coliseum on Saturday night with their backs against the wall. On top of giving up seven goals in their series-opening loss …


  • Giants rough up Chiefs again for 2-0 lead

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia – The Spokane Chiefs entered Pacific Coliseum on Saturday night with their backs against the wall.


  • Chiefs lose playoff opener at Vancouver

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia – With mirroring records coupled with a pair of down-to-the-wire regular-season meetings, the first-round playoff match up between the Spokane Chiefs and the Vancouver Giants was almost …


  • Chiefs expect tight series with Vancouver

    Tonight, Western Hockey League history repeats itself. Sort of. For the third time in five years, the Spokane Chiefs will meet the Vancouver Giants in the WHL playoffs. The best-of-7 …


  • Chiefs expect tight series with Vancouver

    Tonight, Western Hockey League history repeats itself. Sort of.


  • Chiefs defenseman Baldwin always a good bet

    A couple of months back, Darren Kramer laid down a bet for Corbin Baldwin with the most generous of odds at 1 million-to-1. But sometimes in basketball you can’t buy …


  • Chiefs defenseman Baldwin always a good bet

    A couple of months back, Darren Kramer laid down a bet for Corbin Baldwin with the most generous of odds at 1 million-to-1.


  • Chiefs end regular season with victory

    KENNEWICK – Although it was meaningless when it comes to playoff implications, the Spokane Chiefs got a win over their rivals in Saturday night’s regular-season finale. Dylan Walchuk scored a …


  • Loss puts Chiefs on road to open playoffs

    The only thing on the line tonight is pride. Former Chiefs forward Burke Gallimore scored the winner late in the third period and the Seattle Thunderbirds handed Spokane another loss …


  • Chiefs’ yearly award winners

    • Player of the Year and John “Hitman” Hern Defenseman of the Year: Brenden Kichton. Kichton leads the Chiefs in scoring with 72 points. He is the only defenseman in …


  • Chiefs locked into fifth place

    Former Chiefs forward Burke Gallimore scored the winner late in the third period and the Seattle Thunderbirds handed Spokane another loss – this time 4-3 – in the Chiefs’ final …


  • Chiefs set for final home game of regular season

    Before the Spokane Chiefs and Vancouver Giants meet in the opening round of the Western Hockey League playoffs next weekend, they’ll determine home-ice advantage this weekend. The Chiefs wrap up …


  • Chiefs dispatch Blazers

    Reid Gow made an interesting point: First and foremost, the Spokane Chiefs just needed to relax. In doing so on Wednesday night, the Chiefs took a big step in the …


  • Chiefs dispatch Blazers

    Reid Gow made an interesting point: First and foremost, the Spokane Chiefs just needed to relax.


  • Chiefs lose to Seattle

    KENT, Wash. – Connor Honey scored twice and Calvin Pickard made 41 saves as the Seattle Thunderbirds beat the Spokane Chiefs 3-1 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday night. The …


  • Chiefs lose to Seattle

    KENT, Wash. – Connor Honey scored twice and Calvin Pickard made 41 saves as the Seattle Thunderbirds beat the Spokane Chiefs 3-1 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday night.


  • Ferris grad Tinkle Big Sky men’s Coach of the Year

    Men’s basketball: Montana’s Wayne Tinkle was named Monday the Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year, the first Grizzlies coach in 20 years so honored. Tinkle guided Montana to the …


  • Chiefs play their style in rallying past Kootenay

    Spokane Chiefs captain Darren Kramer was questioning karmic retribution earlier this week. He wondered if the goals would come and if winning would follow. He got his answer on Saturday …


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