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For Luke Toporowski and Bear Hughes, the last month playing somewhere other than Spokane has been a journey into the unfamiliar.
By the time the five U.S.-based teams in the Western Hockey League play another game, it will have been more than a year since they last did.
The Spokane Chiefs and the other four U.S. Division teams in the Western Hockey League will begin their shortened season on March 19, the league announced Friday.
Four current Spokane Chiefs players will get a chance to play elsewhere as they await a firm restart plan from the Western Hockey League, the team announced on Wednesday.
The Western Hockey League announced Friday the WHL Board of Governors have made a commitment to play a WHL 2020-21 Regular Season.
While the Western Hockey League continues to wait for a potential start to its season, a few of its best young players are isolated in Edmonton, Alberta, for the World Junior tournament.
Spokane Chiefs forward Jack Finley, the first selection of the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2020 National Hockey League draft, has signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Stanley Cup champions.
Two Spokane Chiefs, goalie Lukáš Pařík and defenseman prospect David Jiříček, who played with the Czech National senior team last month, have been invited to the Czech National team's Under-20 camp for the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship.
Outside their own geographic pockets, players for the Spokane Chiefs haven’t spent much time with their teammates during this prolonged offseason.
Scott Carter, general manager of the Spokane Chiefs since 2016, has signed a two-year extension with the Western Hockey League team through the 2022-23 season.
When Matt Leduc first started his coaching career two and a half years ago, at the age of 18, he was prone to some rookie mistakes.
Michael King did something on Oct. 30 that he hadn’t done since March 6: He scored a goal.