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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.
With Saturday night’s 2-1 home win over Tri-City, the Spokane Chiefs are now tied with the Americans for third place in the U.S. Division. The Chiefs have one game in hand.
Kyle Olson scored three goals, including an empty-netter with four seconds left, and the Tri-City Americans held off a Spokane rally to beat the Chiefs 7-5 Saturday at Toyota Center.
Tri-City goaltender Beck Warm turned away 47 of 48 Spokane shots Saturday night as the Americans defeated the Chiefs 3-1 at Toyota Center.
Halfway through their 12-game season series, the Spokane Chiefs and Tri-City Americans logged perhaps the best entry so far on Saturday night.
The Tri-City Americans defeated the Spokane Chiefs 2-1 after a fifth-round shootout goal by Sasha Mutala, moving the Ams within four points of Spokane
SWX's Femi Abebefe has an update on Chiefs rookie forward Cordel Larson, who was stretchered off following a big hit that drew a boarding penalty. Larson is in stable condition and has full use of all extremities. His overall injury status remains to be determined.
Ty Smith and Luke Toporowski find the Spokane Chiefs & Tri-City Americans to be one of the most competitive rivalries in the league.
If Saturday’s game was any indication, the Spokane Chiefs have plenty of players they can count on to score as the season inches closer to its final stretch.
Parker AuCoin scored two short-handed goals and the Tri-City Americans topped the Spokane Chiefs 6-1 in the teams’ annual New Year’s Eve matchup at the Toyota Center in Kennewick.
The Spokane Chiefs and Tri-City Americans skated at a fast, sometimes erratic pace during the course of Saturday’s tilt in front of 8,010 spectators at the Arena. But it was Jake McGrew who put a stamp on the game and caused the crowd to erupt when he broke a 1-1 tie with three seconds left.
The Spokane Chiefs boast probably the most veteran team they’ve had in a few years and guys who’ve spent time with NHL clubs. But lately, those veterans haven’t played like veterans – struggling against the competition in the Western Hockey League.
During their six-game road trip, the Chiefs crisscrossed the Canadian province – even journeying across the Manitoba border to play Brandon – and covered approximately 2,700 miles (or about 4,300 kilometers). All in 11 days.
The Spokane Chiefs started the Western Hockey League regular season with a bang. The other 57-plus minutes were a dud.
Jaret Anderson-Dolan will lead the way up front. His 40 goals and 91 points led the team last year. Defenseman Ty Smith will anchor the blue line.
Ethan McIndoe and Jack Finley scored twice apiece Saturday and the Spokane Chiefs wrapped up their Western Hockey League preseason schedule with a 5-1 victory over the Tri-City Americans at Toyota Center in Kennewick
Riley Woods finished with three goals and an assist Saturday to power the Spokane Chiefs to a 7-3 win over the Tri-City Americans in Western Hockey League preseason play at Kennewick’s Toyota Center.
The Spokane Chiefs clinched third place in the U.S. Division of the Western Hockey League with a 4-3 victory over the Tri-City Americans at Toyota Center on Saturday night.
Playing with a depleted lineup this late in the season with playoff positioning on the line is never ideal. The fact that one of those out of the lineup was star Kailer Yamamoto makes things even more difficult.
Jaret Anderson-Dolan scored the winning goal with 1:09 remaining in overtime Friday night and the Chiefs defeated the Tri-City Americans 5-4 in a Western Hockey League matchup at Toyota Center.