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  • 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 …


  • Chiefs play their style in rallying past Kootenay

    Spokane’s team game aligned in the Chiefs’ 3-2 Western Hockey League victory over the Kootenay Ice in front of 8,783 fans at the Arena.


  • Ams topple Chiefs

    The Western Conference-leading Tri-City Americans were 2 for 2 on the power play and added a short-handed and an empty-net goal as Tri-City handed the Chiefs a 4-2 loss in …


  • Chiefs can rely on Kuhn to never miss a game

    Superstition is as much a part of hockey as dental work. So behind Steve Kuhn’s gapped grin and calm demeanor, there’s the notion that discussing Spokane Chiefs history in the …


  • Chiefs can rely on Kuhn to never miss games

    Superstition is as much a part of hockey as dental work.


  • Chiefs lose to Kelowna in shootout

    Spokane Chiefs coach Don Nachbaur said it himself – somebody has to take the bull by the horns. Nachbaur was speaking specifically in regards to his specialty teams units, which …


  • Chiefs lose to Kelowna in shootout

    Spokane Chiefs coach Don Nachbaur said it himself – somebody has to take the bull by the horns.


  • Chiefs aim for home ice in playoffs

    The Spokane Chiefs may already know who they will face in the first round of the Western Hockey League playoffs, but there is still unfinished business to tend to.


  • Chiefs lose on early goal in overtime

    PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. – Cody Carlson knocked in a power-play goal just 18 seconds into overtime Saturday to lift Prince George to a 4-3 win over Spokane, avenging a loss …


  • Chiefs move up in standings with win

    PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. – The Prince George Cougars got off to a quick start, but the Spokane Chiefs made sure it didn’t last en route to a 4-1 victory in …


  • Spokane Chiefs cruise past Victoria

    VICTORIA, B.C. – Liam Stewart scored a pair of shorthanded goals and the Spokane Chiefs cranked up the offense over the final two periods to romp to a 6-1 victory …


  • Spokane Chiefs cruise past Victoria

    VICTORIA, B.C. – Liam Stewart scored a pair of shorthanded goals and the Spokane Chiefs cranked up the offense over the final two periods to romp to a 6-1 victory …


  • Spokane Chiefs dispatch Victoria

    The Spokane Chiefs used a pair of rebounds to rebound from a pair of losses on Tuesday night. The Chiefs scored three times in the third period and goalie Mac …


  • Spokane Chiefs dispatch Victoria

    The Spokane Chiefs used a pair of rebounds to rebound from a pair of losses on Tuesday night.


  • Harris, Redmon get WCC honors

    Basketball: Gonzaga junior forward Elias Harris has been named the West Coast Conference men’s Player of the Week after averaging a double-double in two games last week. Harris had 19 …


  • Chiefs take back-to-back spankings

    Last month, the Spokane Chiefs tied a franchise record for wins in January and proved they could beat the best teams in the Western Hockey League. As far as head …


  • Chiefs’ Uher came halfway around the world to pursue dream

    Dominik Uher crossed a large pond to further his deftness on a frozen one. The dynamic 19-year-old Spokane Chiefs center, who hails from the Czech Republic, isn’t the first to …


  • Portland’s offense overwhelms Chiefs

    PORTLAND – Two-goal bursts midway through the second and third periods turned a close Western Hockey League game into a rout as the red-hot Portland Winterhawks walked over the Spokane …


  • Chiefs’ Uher came halfway around the world to pursue dream

    Dominik Uher crossed a large pond to further his deftness on a frozen one. The dynamic 19-year-old Spokane Chiefs center, who hails from the Czech Republic, isn’t the first to …


  • Chiefs secure spot in playoffs

    HOCKEY: In earning their first shutout of the season on Sunday night with a 3-0 win at Seattle, the Spokane Chiefs also officially clinched a Western Hockey League playoff berth. …


  • Chiefs post first shutout of season

    SEATTLE – Goalie Mac Engel stopped all 18 shots he faced to guide the Spokane Chiefs to their first shutout victory of the season – 3-0 win over the Seattle …


  • Chiefs, Engel blank Seattle

    Goalie Mac Engel stopped all 18 shots he faced to guide the Spokane Chiefs to their first shutout victory of the season – 3-0 win over the Seattle Thunderbirds in …


  • Tri-City Americans rally past Spokane Chiefs

    KENNEWICK – Brendan Shinnimin scored two goals as the Tri-City Americans overcame a 2-0 first-period deficit and beat the Spokane Chiefs 3-2 in Western Hockey League play on Saturday night. …


  • Kootenay’s Reinhart puts hurt on Chiefs

    Spokane could have done without seeing Max Reinhart on Friday night. Reinhart, Kootenay’s leading scorer who had missed the last two games between the teams with injuries, made his presence …


  • Vancouver slips past Chiefs in standings

    If this was a preview of what’s to come, expect a first-round playoff series that could easily go the distance. The Spokane Chiefs, of course, will be looking for a …

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