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Chiefs’ coverage bad

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I guess it’s time to push for some more quality time for our Chiefs.

OK, don’t get me wrong. I love our Zags. Spokane wouldn’t be the same without them. But this crap coverage for our Chiefs is getting old.

We win and we get a 3-inch column on the front page and all the rest buried. We lose and we get front page with pictures. Honestly, this is most of the time.

As for headlines, we don’t need the negative comments on headlines. If it’s not nice, it’s not necessary.

These boys are the best of the best hockey. They give their all, and yes, even on their bad days. Stop with the rude comments and low-grade coverage. Give them what they deserve. They are our Chiefs and they are the best.

Leigh Kelsey


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