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Spokane Holds Off Vancouver, 6-4

Adam Helewka had four goals and an assist for the Spokane Chiefs in a 6-4 win over the Vancouver Giants Friday night at the Pacific Coliseum. Mitch Holmberg added 4 assists to extend his point streak to 17 games.

Cain Franson and Brett Kulak each had a goal and an assist in the game for the Giants. Jackson Houck added his eighth goal of the season, extending his point streak to six games. Travis McEvoy had the other Vancouver goal.

Eric Williams went 23-of-27 in the net. While, Spokane out shot the Giants 35-27. Spokane returns home to host Portland on Saturday at 7pm at the Spokane Arena.

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