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Tracking Spokane’s Western Hockey League team. The Chiefs won the Memorial Cup in 2008.

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Chiefs will take shot at 5-game winning streak

The Western Hockey League returns from a nine-day holiday hiatus on Saturday with the Spokane Chiefs, on a 4-game winning streak, hosting Tri-City. Read story

WHL notes: Former billet inspires Red Deer player

This week's Western Hockey League notebook honors a special billet. Read story

Chiefs beckon return of hockey gods

If there's a positive lesson to embrace after Sunday's poor performance gave the Spokane Chiefs a five-game losing streak, it's that a winning streak could be just around the corner. Read story

Now one-goal games are going against Chiefs

The Spokane Chiefs have lost four consecutive games, including the last two by scores of 2-1 and 3-2. Before the skid, the Chiefs posted five consecutive wins, four times with 2-1 decisions. Read story

Ninth-ranked Everett tops Chiefs

Everett, ranked ninth in the CHL Top 10 poll released earlier Wednesday, defeated the Spokane Chiefs for the first time in regulation this WHL season. Read story

Four WHL teams still ranked

Kelowna (2nd), Brandon (5th), Medicine Hat (7th) and Everett (9th) of the Western Hockey League have become mainstays in the CHL's Top 10 rankings. Read story

WHL notes: Moodie moves again

This week's WHL notebook leads with goaltender Alex Moodie, who had a short stint with the Spokane Chiefs this year and has been traded again. Read story

Chiefs reach one-third mark on a roll

The Spokane Chiefs hit the one-third point of their Western Hockey League season with a 14-7-3-0 record after five straight wins. Read story

Streak moves Chiefs up the ladder

The Spokane Chiefs' four-game winning streak has given the team the fifth-best winning percentage in the Western Hockey League. Read story

Four WHL teams remain in Top 10

No. 2 Kelowna, No. 4 Brandon, No. 8 Everett and No. 10 Medicine Hat of the WHL are still ranked among the CHL's Top 10. The Spokane Chiefs play Everett next Wednesday. Read story

Chiefs master one-goal wins

Eight of the Spokane Chiefs' 12 wins this WHL season have been by one goal. Sunday night continued the trend as Spokane won its third 2-1 game in three days. Read story

Four WHL teams stay among top 10

The Kelowna Rockets, who defeated the Spokane Chiefs 4-3 on Tuesday, continue to hold down the No. 2 spot in the CHL rankings. Read story

WHL notes: Chiefs honor ex-player Hamblin

This week's WHL notebook leads with the Spokane Chiefs' plan to remember former Chief Cole Hamblin. Read story

Chiefs drop another close one to Rockets

The Kelowna Rockets improved to 3-0 against the Spokane Chiefs and 18-1-1 overall Tuesday with a 4-3 decision at the Arena. Read story

Bobyk bolsters Chiefs’ defense

Colton Bobyk has returned from an early-season injury to shore up the Spokane Chiefs' defense. Read story

Chiefs reacquire Playfair, release Chartier

Jackson Playfair is again a member of the Spokane Chiefs, prompting the WHL team to place Connor Chartier on waivers. Read story

Four WHL teams ranked in top eight

Four Western Hockey League teams are listed among the top eight in the CHL's Top 10 rankings, but Kelowna dropped from first to second. Read story

WHL notes: Weekend offered feast of great games

This week's Western Hockey League notebook looks at last Saturday's premier games. Read story

WHL notes: Kailer Yamamoto tabbed for USA team

This week's Western Hockey League notebook leads with a huge honor for Spokane native and Chiefs rookie Kailer Yamamoto. Read story

Sparkling Chiefs line mixes vets with 16-year-old

Spokane Chiefs veteran players Adam Helewka and Calder Brooks had already formed two-thirds of a solid line when they welcomed 16-year-old Kailer Yamamoto into their midst on Saturday. The results spoke for themselves. Read story