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Chiefs Lose Shootout Zednik’s Four Goals Lift Portland To 10-8 Win

Richard Zednik had four goals and an assist as the Portland Winter Hawks snapped the Spokane Chiefs’ four-game winning streak with a 10-8 victory Wednesday night in Portland. Greg Leeb’s …


Hull Explodes With Four Goals

After being held without a shot in the opener, Brett Hull scored four goals for the second time in his career as the St. Louis Blues beat the Edmonton Oilers …


Bruins Win First In New Home

Ray Bourque and Joe Mullen scored 70 seconds apart in the third period Monday as the Boston Bruins got their first victory at the new FleetCenter, 5-3 over the Buffalo …


Spokane Chiefs At Kamloops

Time: Today at 2 in Riverside Coliseum. Records: Spokane (4-1), Kamloops (5-1).


Mellanby, Barnes Power Panthers Past Calgary

NHL Scott Mellanby scored two goals as the Florida Panthers uncharacteristically capitalized on the power play in beating Calgary 4-3 Sunday night to give new coach Doug MacLean his first …


Mario Set To Resume Greatness

Mario Lemieux’s 18-month layoff from hockey may not seem all that long, until it is remembered he was only in his 20s when he last played. Now he is in …


Yashin Bolts To Russia

Disgruntled center Alexei Yashin, who led Ottawa in scoring in his two NHL seasons, worked out with a top Russian professional team in Moscow while he waits for the Senators …


Portland At Spokane Chiefs

Time: Tonight at 7 in the Arena. Records: Spokane (3-1-0), Portland (2-2).


Islanders Sign Clark

Hours after completing a three-way trade involving the Islanders, Devils and Avalanche for Colorado’s holdout forward, Wendel Clark, Islanders general manager Don Maloney came to terms with the soon-to-be-29-year-old Clark …


‘L’S’ Point Chiefs To A ‘W’ Leeb, Lemanowicz And Leonov Power Spokane Past Seattle

Kris Graf, left, of the Chiefs tags Seattle Thunderbirds Lloyd Shaw in fight-filled first period at the Arena. Photo by Dan Pelle/The Spokesman-Review


Seattle At Spokane Chiefs

Time: Tonight at 7 in the Arena. Records: Spokane (2-1), Seattle (1-3). Tickets: $6, $8, $10, $12.


Claude Lemieux To Be Traded

Less than 24 hours after winning a contract arbitration with Stanley Cup MVP Claude Lemieux, the New Jersey Devils told the forward that he would be traded “in the best …


Nhl Players To Play In Olympics

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman got approval from the NHL Board of Governors for league players to participate in the 1998 Olympics at Japan. In order for NHL players to participate …


Tri-City At Spokane Chiefs

Time: Tonight in the Arena at 7:05. Records: Spokane (1-1-0), Tri-City (1-1-0). Radio: KGA-AM (1510) 6 p.m. ChiefsTalk with Craig West. Mike Babcock Show 6:20, Bob Loucks interview, 6:40.


Sports People

Luc Robitaille signed with the New York Rangers, the NHL club announced. The deal was believed to be for six years and $20 million. … Boris Becker beat Yannick Noah …


Bruins Gain Farewell Win

The Boston Bruins won the last game in Boston Garden, a 3-0 exhibition victory Tuesday night over the Montreal Canadiens behind Blaine Lacher’s solid goaltending. Joe Mullen, Ray Bourque and …


Sports People

Oilers defenseman Bryan Marchment was suspended for five games by the NHL for a kneeing incident against Winnipeg’s Jason Simon in an exhibition game Sept. 18… . Joe …


Chiefs Win In Opener

The Spokane Chiefs threw a blanket over the Tri-City Americans for two periods Saturday night, but before they came away with a 6-4 win, their heated rivalry turned typical. All …


Chiefs In Tough Crowd In Whl’s West Division, Everybody’s A Contender

1. The Spokane Chiefs are regarded as strong WHL contenders this season, thanks in part to a veteran front line featuring Randy Favaro. Photo by Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review 2. Spokane’s …


Investors Buy L.A. Kings

The Los Angeles Kings, left in financial chaos by former owner Bruce McNall, were sold to a Denver investor and Los Angeles developer. The team will remain in the Los …


Chiefs Can Fire Scoring Leader Gone, But Club Boasts Depth

Their strength is in numbers. The Spokane Chiefs won’t have last year’s scoring leader Jason Podollan when they open the season Saturday night in Kennewick against the Tri-City Americans, but …


Chiefs Defeat Lethbridge

Randy Favaro and Trent Whitfield each scored two goals as the Spokane Chiefs defeated the Lethbridge Hurricanes 7-5 at Lethbridge Friday night. Rob Sandrock and Greg Leeb also scored goals …


Sharks Bone Up Against Canucks Teams Kick Off Nhl Preseason As Well As Arena’s First Event

Kevin Constantine welcomes the demands of the equation. Every year the San Jose Sharks get a little closer, every year a little more is expected of them, and him.


Devils Signing Delayed

The signing of a 12-year lease to keep the New Jersey Devils at Byrne Meadowlands Arena in East Rutherford, N.J., which was scheduled for today, will be delayed until Oct. …


Sports People

Left wing Louie DeBrusk, Edmonton’s only remaining player from the trade that sent Mark Messier to the New York Rangers in 1991, re-signed with the Oilers, agreeing to a two-year …


Fracture Sidelines Leetch

All-Star defenseman Brian Leetch of the New York Rangers will not be on the ice when the team opens training camp in Burlington, Vt., today, and could miss up to …


Lemieux A No-Show

The New Jersey Devils’ Claude Lemieux was due for his first medical test at 9:30 a.m. He didn’t show. The Conn Smythe Trophy winner never smiled for his yearbook photo, …


Chiefs Take On T-Birds Twice With Top Vets In Nhl Camps

The Spokane Chiefs will take on a younger look in two weekend exhibitions with nine of their veterans at or on their way to pro camps. The Chiefs are in …


Sports People

At Tuscaloosa, Ala., Glen Tuckett, a former coach and athletic director at Brigham Young University, was plucked from retirement to become interim athletic director at Alabama, which has been hit …


Bruins Ink Neely

Cam Neely signed a two-year contract with the Boston Bruins that provides an automatic extension for a third year if his oft-injured knee holds up. Neely, 30, has spent 10 …