Americans' Overages Say Good-Bye to Tri-City - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather

Americans' Overages Say Good-Bye to Tri-City

KENNEWICK, Wash. - With Saturday's final horn three Tri-City Americans conclude their WHL careers. An emotional end with a first round loss to Spokane. Justin Feser, Drydn Dow, and Jesse Mychan will move on. Feser ends his career third on the Americans all-time goals list, not to mention his WHL iron man record. Dow is the Ams playoff MVP. Mychan finishes his career as one of the toughest players to wear a tri-city uniform. Feser speaks about his five years with Tri-City.

"The friendships that I've made here. (What) the organization has done for me here...I can't thank them enough. And to the other players, the players before me and the guys now, they make it what it is, and I just got to thank them," said Justin Feser, after an emotional end to his career.

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