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Chiefs finally come home after finding a groove on road

The Spokane Chiefs stumbled out of the gate to start the season and were dancing with Seattle Thunderbirds for the bottom of the U.S. Division standings. But the Chiefs (6-6-2-1, 15 points) turned in to road warriors and finished with seven points in their last four games to claw back to within a point of Portland (16) and four points of rival Tri-City Americans (19).

Yamamoto, Chiefs cruise past Kelowna

KELOWNA, British Columbia – Keanu Yamamoto showed off his long-range accuracy on Friday night and helped lead the Spokane Chiefs to a 6-3 win over the Kelowna Rockets in Western Hockey League play. Yamamoto’s first goal was a shot from center ice that deflected off a Kelowna defender and floated into the net. His second goal was from the blue line.

Everett edges Chiefs in overtime

Brayden Low has been around long enough to remember when a trip to the Arena was an automatic loss for the Everett Silvertips. That pattern seems to have changed, as Low and his Silvertips demonstrated again on Saturday.

Mead’s Yamamoto joins brother on Chiefs’ roster

Chiefs fans will officially welcome the team’s eight rookies to Spokane during tonight’s home opener. One of the rookies, Kailer Yamamoto, won’t require an introduction to the city.

Yamamoto feels right at home

At first, Keanu Yamamoto told his hometown Spokane Chiefs that he didn’t want to play for them. The Chiefs took a stab instead at Keanu’s younger brother, Kailer, and selected him in the fifth round of the Bantam Draft last May.

Chiefs’ Yamamoto feels right at home

At first, Keanu Yamamoto told his hometown Spokane Chiefs that he didn’t want to play for them. Lo and behold, he is now playing for the Chiefs.