Kirby Dach scored on a rebound 37 seconds into overtime Friday night as the Saskatoon Blades defeated the Spokane Chiefs 3-2 in a Western Hockey League game at the SaskTel Centre.
REGINA, Saskatchewan – Bailey Brkin stopped all 35 Regina shots for his first career shutout, and the Chiefs’ first this season, as Spokane blanked the Pats 4-0 at the Brandt Centre on Wednesday night and moved into first place in the Western Hockey League’s U.S. Division. Adam Beckman scored his fifth and sixth goals – his first multigoal game as a Chief – Jack Finley added his third goal in two nights and Ethan McIndoe scored for the second consecutive night, leading a Spokane attack that pelted Regina goalie Max Paddock with 43 shots.
Jack Finley scored his second goal of the night with less than 3 minutes to go and the Spokane Chiefs edged the Brandon Wheat Kings 6-4 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday.
It was a special night one year ago today for hockey fans and followers in Spokane.
Daemon Hunt scored the first two goals of his career, including the winner with 8 minutes, 11 seconds left, and the Moose Jaw Warriors edged the Spokane Chiefs 4-3 in Western Hockey League play Saturday.
The Spokane Chiefs’ longest road trip of the season, a six-game, nine-day swing through Western Canada, began with a dominant 4-1 victory Friday night at Swift Current, the Chiefs’ third consecutive win against the Broncos over the past three seasons.
Goaltender Bailey Brkin, getting his second start in as many nights, made 28 saves in the win. Eli Zummack had a goal and an assist, while Ty Smith finished with two assists.
The Chiefs had a sluggish start, and couldn’t get a shot on net until 6:03 into the game. By then the Tigers had already taken a 1-0 lead.
If you like goals, you’ll like when the Spokane Chiefs and Kootenay Ice get together.
Jake McGrew scored two goals and added an assist in his first game after attending the San Jose Sharks camp, and Eli Zummack and Luke Toporowski chipped in with a goal and an assists apiece to power the Spokane Chiefs to a 7-4 victory over the Kootenay Ice on Friday night for their first Western Hockey League win of the season.
It’s been 181 days, but it’s finally hockey night in Spokane.
Ethan McIndoe frequently sits next to assistant coach Adam Deadmarsh, reviewing his shifts from recent Spokane Chiefs hockey games.