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Chiefs Looking For Fresh Start in New Year

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The Chiefs lost four of their last five games in December (Photo: Spokane Chiefs) The Chiefs lost four of their last five games in December (Photo: Spokane Chiefs)
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The Spokane Chiefs are looking for a fresh start in 2013 after dropping four of five games to finish off 2012.

Perhaps no loss hurt more than Monday's 6-3 loss in Kennewick. The Chiefs took a 3-2 lead into the third period against Tri-City, only to watch the Americans rattle off four unanswered goals.

That loss was extra costly, since the Chiefs saw what would have been an eight point lead on the Ams for second place dwindle down to four points.

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