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  • Uher’s hot hand has ignited Chiefs

    The Spokane Chiefs’ 5-3 victory over the top-ranked Tri-City Americans on Saturday night showed several positives for the young Western Hockey League lineup.


  • Chiefs stand tall in win over high-powered Ams

    First place wasn’t on the line, but pride – that’s always on the line. It just doesn’t matter where these teams sit in the standings. When the Spokane Chiefs and …


  • Everett storms back to defeat Chiefs

    EVERETT – No. 501 will have to wait. Two nights after presenting Don Nachbaur with his 500th career Western Hockey League coaching victory, the Spokane Chiefs squandered a three-goal lead …


  • Spokane Chiefs give Nachbaur his 500th WHL win

    A win in the Western Hockey League always means something – even if it’s merely gaining two points in the standings. This particular win meant more.


  • Chiefs hand coach Nachbaur 500th career win

    A win in the Western Hockey League always means something – even if it’s merely gaining two points in the standings.


  • Spokane Chiefs coach nears 500 victories

    When asked how he feels about being on the brink of a major milestone, Don Nachbaur just grinned and shook his head a little. The Spokane Chiefs coach is one …


  • Spokane Chiefs coach nears 500 victories

    When asked how he feels about being on the brink of a major milestone, Don Nachbaur just grinned and shook his head a little.


  • Chiefs skate past Silvertips

    EVERETT – The Spokane Chiefs overcame a rough start with four unanswered goals and breezed to a 5-3 victory over the Everett Silvertips on Sunday in Western Hockey League action. …


  • Spokane Chiefs top Seattle Thunderbirds

    The Spokane Chiefs took control early with three first-period goals and beat the Seattle Thunderbirds 4-2 in Western Hockey League play Saturday night in Seattle. Mitch Holmberg opened the scoring …


  • Chiefs double up Seattle

    The Spokane Chiefs took control early with three first-period goals and beat the Seattle Thunderbirds 4-2 in Western Hockey League play Saturday night in Seattle.


  • Chiefs bag Moose Jaw at home

    It didn’t take long to get the message. Despite being in the middle of a stretch of four games in five nights – four of which are on the road …


  • Chiefs bag Moose Jaw at home

    It didn’t take long to get the message.


  • Spokane Chiefs look for consistency

    Don Nachbaur has his own way of pointing out that you reap what you sow. “Since the (Christmas) break we have played two really good games and two mediocre


  • Bulmer’s hat trick too much for Chiefs as Rockets beat Spokane

    KELOWNA, B.C. – The Spokane Chiefs had their fill of Brett Bulmer on Wednesday night. The Kelowna left winger broke open a close game with three straight goals in the …


  • Rockets power past Spokane Chiefs

    The Spokane Chiefs had their fill of Brett Bulmer on Wednesday night at Kelowna, British Columbia.


  • Tri-City gets early lead, tops Spokane

    KENNEWICK – Tri-City jumped out to an early 2-0 lead and the U.S. Division-leading Americans beat the rival Spokane Chiefs 4-1 in Western Hockey League action Saturday night at the …


  • Engel leads Chiefs

    CRANBROOK, B.C. – It didn’t look good for Mac Engel and the Spokane Chiefs after the first round of a shootout against the defending Western Hockey League champion Kootenay Ice …


  • Spokane Chiefs defeat Kootenay in shootout

    It didn’t look good for Mac Engel and the Spokane Chiefs after the first round of a shootout against the defending Western Hockey League champion Kootenay Ice on Friday night …


  • Chiefs’ shakeup sends leading scorer to Prince Albert

    Looking to shake things up, the Spokane Chiefs made a big move Wednesday morning, sending leading scorer Anthony Bardaro to Prince Albert for help in goal. To pick up goalie …


  • Inconsistent Chiefs lose 8-6

    There’s a good chance that the next time the Spokane Chiefs play at home they’ll look different, maybe a lot different. Although the Western Hockey League doesn’t allow trades from …

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