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There are five undefeated teams left in the Western Hockey League and the Spokane Chiefs are one of them. They’re the only team, however, that has played just one game – which they won 5-2 in Kennewick in the season opener for both teams last Saturday.
For now, you can primarily think of game time for the Spokane Chiefs as a job interview. There are still decisions to be made – in regard to who stays, who goes, who plays with whom on what line, who is paired with whom on the blue line, which two goalies will mind the net, and which of the four overage players competing for the three available positions will get the jobs.
Quite the yo-yo, cat-and-mouse series in which the Spokane Chiefs and Tri-City Americans are tangled.
The blink of an eye. The snap of a finger. Four little frames. In real time, less than 1 second. That’s what separated the Chiefs and Tri-City Americans from a second straight night of overtime in their Western Hockey League playoff tilt on Saturday night.