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Team effort helps Bailey Brkin, Chiefs post shutout win over Cougars

If you were to look at the box score of Wednesday’s Spokane Chiefs game against the visiting Prince George Cougars, you might be confused. After all, the teams had a combined 14 power plays, yet not a single power-play goal is on the score sheet. That’s not a big concern right now for the Chiefs, as they found four other ways to score in a 4-0 win.

British royals meet Merkel, tour Berlin Holocaust memorial

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met German Chancellor Angela Merkel, toured Berlin’s Holocaust memorial and visited the city’s signature landmark, the Brandenburg Gate, as they kicked off a three-day visit to Germany.

Last-place Chiefs return for 3-game homestand

Spokane’s seesaw of a hockey season continues Friday night as the Chiefs welcome U.S. Division rival Everett Silvertips to the Spokane Arena in the first of a two-night home stand.

Lasse Petersen helps Chiefs blank Cougars

In what turned out to be a battle of goalies Wednesday night, the Spokane Chief’s back-up net master stole the show in a rare 1-0 shutout victory over Prince George.

WHL notes: Spokane Chiefs wait another day to clinch

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.