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Chiefs Earn 6-3 Win Over Seatte

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Mitch Holmberg's hat trick helped lead the Spokane Chiefs to their first win of the pre-season in a 6-3 victory over the Seattle Thunderbirds on Sunday afternoon and evened their record at 1-1 on the weekend. Nineteen-year-old Todd Fiddler had a goal and two assists as Spokane outshot Seattle 36-13.

Seattle scored the first goal of the game just 1:10 in when Spokane native Tyler Alos found the back of the net. It took the Chiefs 19:02 to tie it up when as 18-year-old rookie Jackson Playfair scored his first of the pre-season.

Two of Homlberg's goals were scored in the second, the first on a power play from Dylan Walchuk and Fiddler at 2:10. Nineteen-year-old Collin Valcourt gave the Chiefs a 3-1 lead at 10:28 before Holmberg scored again at 12:27. Seattle would make it a 4-2 game at 18:22 with a Riley Sheen goal.

Fiddler, from Walchuk, pushed the Chiefs lead to 5-2 at 9:39 of the third. Mitch Elliot pulled Seattle back within two at at 13:57 of the third.

Holmberg, the Chiefs leading goal scorer in the playoffs last season with 11 in 13 games, completed his three goal game with an empty netter with just 30-second remaining. Fiddler had the lone assist.

Trevor Martin started in goal for the Chiefs and stopped six of seven shots in 30:28 while Garret Hughson was four for six in 29:32 of work.

Spokane was whistled for just two minor penalties and went 1-1 on the penalty kill. The Chiefs were 1-6 on the power play.

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