During the long playoff run for the Spokane Chiefs last season, there was one name that everyone in the Western Hockey League was aware of — Ty Smith. For good reason. The then 18-year-old blue liner was a former first-round NHL Draft pick for the New Jersey Devils, had played […]
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Spokane Chiefs Last Season: 40-21-2-5-87 Points The Chiefs used an 8-2 run at the end of the 2018-2019 season to finish second in the U.S. Division, one point ahead of the Portland Winterhawks for home-ice advantage in the first round of the WHL Playoffs. After splitting the first two games […]
(Everett, WA) Just about 14 hours after finishing up a preseason contest against the Everrett Silvertips, the Spokane Chiefs (0-2-0-1) took to the ice against the Vancouver Giants (2-1). It was the final game of the Everett preseason tournament for the Giants and Chiefs. The game went the distance with […]
(Everett, WA) The start of the WHL season officially kicked off for the Portland Winterhawks (1-0) as they started a three-in-three against the Spokane Chiefs (0-1). The two U.S. Division rivals scored a combined 11 goals, and Portland defeated Spokane Friday afternoon 6-5. “I thought there were a lot of […]
Just over 15 months ago Manny Viveiros was coaching the Swift Current Broncos in Everett against the Silvertips. Earlier today he returned to Everett and stood behind the bench as his new team, the Spokane Chiefs, prepared to take on the Portland Winterhawks at the Everett preseason tournament in the […]
The Spokane Chiefs have officially brought in Manny Viveiros (251 GP, 60 G, 261 A with the Prince Albert Raiders) as the team’s new head coach
The Prince George Cougars have signed 2019 first round Bantam Draft selections Keaton Dowhaniuk and Koehn Ziemmer to their respective WHL player agreements.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Krebs suffers torn Achilles, Viveiros does not want to return to WHL, Checkers win Calder Cup Championship
As reported by our Paul Figler, Winnipeg ICE forward Peyton Krebs suffered a partially-torn Achilles tendon during off-season training activities.
Daily Dose of the Dub: ICE sign Geekie, Wheat Kings sign three first round picks, Desjardins returns to Tigers,
The Winnipeg ICE announced the signing of second overall pick Conor Geekie to his standard WHL Player Agreement at the team’s development camp on Friday.
We caught up with the voice of the Swift Current Broncos, Shawn Mullin – talked about the 2018 Champions, their predictable fall back to earth, having the Stanley Cup & Memorial Cup in Speedy Creek, & much more. Featuring special guest co-host Josh Critzer