The Spokesman-Review Newspaper
The Tri-City Americans don’t boast a ton of depth, but the top line of Connor Bouchard, Samuel Huo and Sasha Mutala can be downright lethal.
Teams have to take advantage of every scoring opportunity they get when up against the Everett Silvertips and their stingy defense.
As the truncated and unusual 2021 Western Hockey League season enters the final turn, the Spokane Chiefs are treating the remaining games with a playoff mindset. After all, there are no playoffs to be had this season.
The Spokane Chiefs relied on the young and the old Wednesday night against the visiting Tri-City Americans.
It’s never easy to create offense against the Everett Silvertips. Taking five penalties makes it even more difficult.
It had been eight days since the Spokane Chiefs had played a hockey game, and it was apparent in the team’s 5-0 drubbing at the hands of the visiting Everett Silvertips Thursday at the Arena.
The Spokane Chiefs were set to play a home-and-home series against the rival Tri-City Americans this weekend, but a positive COVID test within the Americans’ team cohort scuttled those plans.
The Spokane Chiefs have been resilient all season long, and it’s starting to pay off.
If the Spokane Chiefs were looking for a confidence booster, they got one last night in Everett.
The Canadian Hockey League has canceled the 2021 Memorial Cup due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
If this is to be a year of development for the Spokane Chiefs, then Reed Jacobson is making the most of it.