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Road Warrior Chiefs Beat Blades, 4-1

SASKATOON, SK -- Todd Fiddler scored for a fifth straight game as the Chiefs () notched a 4-1 road win at Saskatoon on Wednesday, 4-1.  Spokane is now unbeaten through its first four games of its current six-game road trip, scoring 24 goals so far on the trip.  Fiddler is now tied for the league lead in goals scored, with his 23rd on the season against the Blades.  That is tied for a career-best, after Fiddler scored 23 goals in 70 games with Prince Albert on 2010-11.
 
Spokane's road trip continues Friday at 5:30 pm Pacific in Brandon against the Wheat Kings, wrapping up Saturday at Moose Jaw.
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