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Lukas Parik knows how to contribute to his own cause.
Josh Pillar had a goal and an assist Wednesday as Kamloops held off Spokane 4-2 at the Sandman Centre.
Sometimes, things just don’t go your way. And sometimes, things don’t go your way over and over and at the worst possible moment. The Chiefs learned that lesson in a 6-3 loss to the visiting Kamloops Blazers on Tuesday at the Arena.
Jake McGrew scored twice, including a go-ahead goal midway through the third period, and the Spokane Chiefs opened their Western Hockey League campaign with a 4-3 victory over Kamloops at Sandman Centre on Friday.
Orrin Centazzo and Connor Zary scored two goals apiece, and the Kamloops Blazers beat the Spokane Chiefs 5-1 Tuesday night at Sandman Centre.
Zane Franklin scored 28 seconds into the game and Dylan Ferguson had 37 saves for his first shutout of the season to guide Kamloops’ 3-0 win at Sandman Centre that extended Spokane’s losing streak to four, tying their season high.
For the first time all season, the Spokane Chiefs iced a full lineup, and it showed.
The Spokane Chiefs acquired 20-year-old center Luc Smith from the Kamloops Blazers on Monday in exchange for veteran winger Jeff Faith and two picks in the 2020 Western Hockey League Bantam Draft.
Injuries have forced the Spokane Chiefs to give a lot of ice time to the team’s younger players, and two youngsters came up big in Spokane’s 3-1 win Saturday night over the Kamloops Blazers.
While playing on their heels in the third period against a team outside the Western Hockey League’s playoff picture, the Spokane Chiefs needed someone to pull them out of their rut.
Luke Toporowski and Riley Woods scored second-period goals and Ethan McIndoe added an empty-netter with 57 seconds left to play to propel the Spokane Chiefs to a 3-1 victory over the Kamloops Blazers in Western Hockey League play on Wednesday night.
Hockey can be a cruel game at times. The Spokane Chiefs experienced that in their 3-2 shootout loss to the Kamloops Blazers Friday night.
Being on the penalty kill nine times in one game makes winning hard.
The Spokane Chiefs discovered something on Wednesday at the Interior Savings Centre – they don’t play well on five hours of sleep.
The short-handed Spokane Chiefs twice rallied but couldn’t manufacture another goal, falling 3-2 Wednesday night to the Kamloops Blazers.
Matt Revel and Jake Kryski each had a goal and an assist to power the Kamloops Blazers to a 5-0 victory over the Spokane Chiefs in Wesern Hockey League action Wednesday night at Sandman Centre.
Ten teams have clinched postseason berths as the Western Hockey League’s regular season winds down to its final 1 1/2 weeks, but the Spokane Chiefs must wait to become the 11th. The Kamloops Blazers postponed the Chiefs’ celebration by defeating the Prince George Cougars 7-4 Wednesday night in Kamloops, British Columbia.
The Spokane Chiefs looked up at the scoreboard with about 9 minutes left in Saturday’s game and saw that they had been held to 13 shots on goal. Ordinarily, that would be cause for alarm, but the Chiefs led the Kamloops Blazers 5-2 at the time.
KAMLOOPS, British Columbia – The Spokane Chiefs started fast Friday night and never looked back. Three first-period goals gave Spokane all the cushion it needed and the Chiefs went on to beat the Kamloops Blazers 4-2 in Western Hockey League action.
One of Riley Whittingham’s best friends on the Spokane Chiefs was traded on Friday, making it an emotional day even before the puck dropped at the Arena. Whittingham’s emotions shifted from a bit of dejection to elation at night when he scored his first winning goal of the season for the sizzling Spokane Chiefs.