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Bryan Maxwell became Spokane Chiefs head coach before the 1989-90 season, and one of his coaching tenets was very simple.
Just as the Spokane Chiefs were completing the franchise’s first Western Hockey League championship and the run to its first of two Memorial Cup victories, the San Jose Sharks were completing their preparations for their first NHL draft, as an expansion team.
The air temperature outside the Spokane Chiefs’ idling team bus was about minus 4 when Trevor Kidd first made his way onto it in Brandon, Manitoba.
Pat Falloon was only 16 at the time, but he suspected then that the Spokane Chiefs were going through some financial hardships.
The Spokane Shock’s closest geographic foes will be their division rivals. Spokane, which announced earlier this month it is leaving the Arena Football League for the Indoor Football League, is joined by Tri-Cities and Billings in the Intense Conference’s West Division.
The Inland Northwest Sports Hall of Fame on Tuesday grew by five, four prominent figures that have left indelible imprints on the sports community and one, an Olympic medalist, you’ve probably never heard of. Spokane Chiefs and Indians owner Bobby Brett, former Chiefs standout Pat Falloon, basketball coach and author Jerry Krause, Indian Canyon golf pro Gary Lindeblad and the late Carl Johnson were inducted during ceremonies at the Spokane Arena.
The Inland Northwest Sports Hall of Fame on Tuesday grew by five, four prominent figures that have left indelible imprints on the sports community and one, an Olympic medalist, you’ve probably never heard of.
The veranda at Indian Canyon is not the veranda at Augusta National, and we rather prefer it that way. Because the panorama still makes you go, “Wow” – and it’s still very much us. All of it.
Popular Spokane Chiefs hockey player Pat Falloon and Carl Johnson, the best Spokane athlete who few have ever heard of, both made their marks nationally and internationally during different eras. The pair, along with three contributors to Spokane’s sports legacy, will be inducted as the 24th class of the Inland Northwest Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 22 during a luncheon and ceremonies in the Spokane Arena.