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The Western Hockey League regular season is officially over. Following a meeting with the WHL Board of Governors and consultation with medical professionals it was determined that the remaining 54 games on the 2019-20 WHL schedule will be canceled and not played.
The WHL’s Board of Governors is expected to hold a conference call Tuesday to discuss the next steps as it relates to a potential timeline of resumption of play, ticket policies and more. The Spokane Chiefs, like much of the league, started sending players home Sunday as they await word on when play can resume.
The Spokane Chiefs, who currently sit third in the U.S. Division standings, have four regular-season games remaining on their schedule, including games at the Spokane Arena on Friday and Saturday.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced Wednesday a ban of gatherings and events of more than 250 people in three Western Washington counties, including the greater Seattle area.
Lukas Parik knows how to contribute to his own cause.
The wins, and the milestones, keep coming for the Spokane Chiefs. Leif Mattson and Luke Toporowski scored two goals apiece, Eli Zummack added a career-high five assists, and Spokane defeated Calgary 6-3 on Saturday for its ninth straight win.
Western Hockey League scoring leader Adam Beckman netted his third hat trick of the season and added an assist as the Spokane Chiefs defeated the host Red Deer Rebels 5-1 Friday night.
Jack Finley had a pair of goals, and Adam Beckman had an assist to reach 100 points as the Spokane Chiefs routed the Edmonton Oil Kings 6-2 Wednesday for their seventh straight Western Hockey League victory.
Ty Smith continued his torrid play Saturday night. Smith scored 51 seconds apart late in the third period and the Spokane Chiefs went on to defeat the visiting Tri-City Americans 4-3 in a shootout for their sixth consecutive Western Hockey League victory.
Spokane’s Ty Smith became the fourth defenseman in team history to score a hat trick, and he assisted on five other goals in the Chiefs’ 9-2 drubbing of Seattle in a Western Hockey League game Friday night at the Arena.
Leif Mattson had a goal and an assist as the Spokane Chiefs wrapped up a five-game Western Hockey League trip with a 2-1 victory at Medicine Hat on Saturday night.
Spokane reeled off three goals in the second period, breaking an early tie, and the Chiefs defeated Swift Current 4-1 in a Western Hockey League game on Friday night.