Luc Smith has added scoring spark, veteran experience as Spokane Chiefs push for playoff spot
Spokane Chiefs’ scoring flurry continues with 5-2 win over Kootenay
Spokane Chiefs continue hot streak with 8-3 thumping of Victoria
Luke Toporowski sparks Spokane Chiefs’ win over Kelowna with two first-period goals
Chiefs rally from pair of two-goal deficits before losing in shootout at Portland
Ty Smith picked the right time to remind folks that he is quite adept at scoring goals.
That Luc Smith grew up skating and playing hockey is not uncommon. He’s Canadian, after all, and grew up just outside Edmonton, one of the sport’s hotbeds.
The Spokane Chiefs’ offensive firepower in their last six games might be enough to melt the snow across the city.
With four wins in their last five games, the Spokane Chiefs may be playing their best hockey of the season. With the playoffs a little more than a month away, it’s perfect timing.
Luke Toporowski scored two first-period goals and added an assist on Jake McGrew’s winning goal in the third period to lead the Spokane Chiefs to a 5-4 victory over the Kelowna Rockets in Western Hockey League play on Wednesday night.
The Spokane Chiefs twice rallied from two-goal deficits but were unable to extend their two-game winning streak, suffering a 6-5 shootout loss to the Portland Winterhawks on Saturday night at Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Adam Beckman might be a 17-year-old rookie, but he sure isn’t playing like one.
We might not be as avid as our neighbors north of the border, but we have always loved our hockey here in the upper left-hand corner of the country.
The Spokane Chiefs’ five-game losing streak is no more.
Tri-City goaltender Beck Warm turned away 47 of 48 Spokane shots Saturday night as the Americans defeated the Chiefs 3-1 at Toyota Center.
Zane Franklin scored 28 seconds into the game and Dylan Ferguson had 37 saves for his first shutout of the season to guide Kamloops’ 3-0 win at Sandman Centre that extended Spokane’s losing streak to four, tying their season high.
Nolan Volcan scored the winning goal early in the second period, and the Seattle Thunderbirds defeated the Spokane Chiefs 2-1 Tuesday in Western Hockey League play.