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Jaret Anderson-Dolan scores in overtime as Chiefs beat Tri-City 5-4

UPDATED: Sat., March 2, 2019

From staff reports

KENNEWICK – Jaret Anderson-Dolan scored in overtime and the Spokane Chiefs overcame a late rally from the Tri-City Americans to win 5-4 Saturday at Toyota Center.

The Chiefs (34-19-2-5, 75 points) won all four games on their road trip and have won five straight overall.

Spokane twice built two-goal leads, but the Americans (33-24-2-1, 69) came back each time.

Noah King and Adam Beckman scored to stake the Chiefs to a 2-0 advantage after the first period.

Nolan Yaremko and Kystof Hrabik tied the game with goals 1:17 apart in the second.

Nolan Reid and Michael King restored Spokane’s lead by scoring 10 seconds apart with 13 minutes remaining.

The Chiefs appeared to be cruising to a regulation win, but Tri-City scored twice after pulling its goalie. Riley Sawchuk scored on the power play and Kyle Olson netted with 1 second left to force the extra period.

Anderson-Dolan fired in the winner from the right wing 3:16 into overtime, his second overtime goal and fifth goal on the road trip.

Reece Klassen made 30 saves. Spokane earned its second straight win over the Americans and its first of the season at Tri-City.

The Chiefs return to the Arena for a three-game homestand, starting with division-leading Everett on Tuesday.

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