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WHL’s Portland Winterhawks in search of new ownership solution

The WHL released a statement Sunday following reports the Winterhawks’ parent company, Portland Winterhawks Inc., reportedly filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy, and that the major junior hockey team had been handed over to a court-appointed receiver.

Division-leading Portland defeats Spokane Chiefs

The Spokane Chiefs had their second chance in five days to slow down the Portland Winterhawks, who had won 11 of their last 12 games, including a 6-4 win in Spokane last Thursday.

WATCH: Chiefs finish off Winterhawks in WHL playoffs

Luke Toporowski and Riley Woods each scored a pair of goals as the Spokane Chiefs defeated the Portland Winterhawks 4-1 to also take the WHL playoff series 4-1 and advance to face Everett in the second round.

Adam Beckman’s overtime goal caps Chiefs’ late rally at Portland

Adam Beckman’s power-play goal 4 minutes, 39 seconds into overtime capped Spokane’s rally from a 3-1 third-period deficit Wednesday night as the Chiefs pushed Portland to the brink of elimination in their first-round Western Hockey League playoff series, stunning the Winterhawks 4-3 at Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

Chiefs grab home-ice advantage for first round of playoffs against Portland

The Spokane Chiefs are in a familiar spot. They just finished their second consecutive season with at least 40 wins and are rewarded with a first-round playoff date with the Portland Winterhawks. Except this time, it’s the Chiefs who have home ice, thanks to Seattle’s 6-5 win over Portland on Sunday. Game 1 is Friday night at the Arena.