Chiefs score last-second goal to beat Silvertips 5-4 - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Chiefs score last-second goal to beat Silvertips 5-4

Chiefs move to 4-1 on season. Chiefs move to 4-1 on season.
  • HockeyMore>>

  • Political end to Olympics: NKorea offers talks with US

    Political end to Olympics: NKorea offers talks with US

    Sunday, February 25 2018 2:16 AM EST2018-02-25 07:16:05 GMT
    Sunday, February 25 2018 4:37 PM EST2018-02-25 21:37:19 GMT
    (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky). A volunteer walks in a foggy Pyeongchang Olympic Plaza during the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018.(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky). A volunteer walks in a foggy Pyeongchang Olympic Plaza during the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018.
    Farewell, South Korea: First of three straight Asian Olympics ends as it began _ with politics _ after two weeks of feats of athletic prowess.>>
    Farewell, South Korea: First of three straight Asian Olympics ends as it began _ with politics _ after two weeks of feats of athletic prowess.>>
  • Oodles of oohs and ughs in the Pyeongchang Games

    Oodles of oohs and ughs in the Pyeongchang Games

    Sunday, February 25 2018 3:56 AM EST2018-02-25 08:56:07 GMT
    Sunday, February 25 2018 4:36 PM EST2018-02-25 21:36:57 GMT
    (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko). Gold medal winners from left: United States' curlers Joe Polo, John Landsteiner, Matt Hamilton, Tyler George, John Shuster and captain Phill Drobnick stand on the podium during the men's curling venue ceremony at the 2018 ...(AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko). Gold medal winners from left: United States' curlers Joe Polo, John Landsteiner, Matt Hamilton, Tyler George, John Shuster and captain Phill Drobnick stand on the podium during the men's curling venue ceremony at the 2018 ...
    Wind, snow, ice or shine, the Winter Games had its share of golden moments that will forever be etched in Olympic lore.>>
    Wind, snow, ice or shine, the Winter Games had its share of golden moments that will forever be etched in Olympic lore.>>
  • Bruins acquire Nash in trade with Rangers, sign Gionta

    Bruins acquire Nash in trade with Rangers, sign Gionta

    Sunday, February 25 2018 10:06 AM EST2018-02-25 15:06:14 GMT
    Sunday, February 25 2018 4:29 PM EST2018-02-25 21:29:05 GMT
    The New York Rangers have traded forward Rick Nash as part of a multiplayer deal with the Boston Bruins.>>
    The New York Rangers have traded forward Rick Nash as part of a multiplayer deal with the Boston Bruins.>>

By Spokane Chiefs

SPOKANE, Wash. — The Spokane Chiefs scored with less than three seconds left in regulation for a dramatic 5-4 win over the visiting Everett Silvertips on Wednesday night at Spokane Arena.

Spokane opened up the scoring early in the first as rookie forward Milos Fafrak sent the puck to Jaret Anderson-Dolan at the top of the crease. Ethan McIndoe redirected a soft pass in front to earn his second goal of the year at the 2:32 mark.

Seventy-eight seconds later, Jeff Faith forced a turnover in the Silvertips end of the ice. After drawing Everett goaltender Dorrin Ludwig out of position, Faith slid the puck into the right side of the net to make it 2-0.

The Silvertips struck back in the second period as Connor Dewar scored his first two of three goals on the night, punching in a rebound on the power play for each tally to make it 2-0 headed into the second intermission.

Everett took their first lead of the game 54 seconds into the third as Dewar fired a slapshot from the left circle to beat Chiefs netminder Dawson Weatherill.

The Chiefs bounced right back two minutes later as Taylor Ross sniped one under the crossbar from the left side off an assist from Faith at the 2:53 mark.

Team captain Tyson Helgesen got on the board with his first of the year at the 3:59 mark of the final frame to make it 4-3 in favor of the Chiefs. Anderson-Dolan earned his second assist of the night on the play.

Riley Sutter tied it back up for Everett at the 5:23 mark, finishing a smooth centering feed from captain Kevin Davis for his fourth of the young season.

After a nearly 10 minute stretch without a whistle in the middle of the third period, it looked like the game was headed to overtime tied 4-4. Hudson Elynuik fired a shot from the point that had eyes through traffic, sliding into the net on the low glove side to give the Chiefs the lead with only under three seconds left.

The Chiefs outshot the Silvertips 34 to 28, finishing 0-for-2 on the power play and 2-for-4 on the penalty kill.

HD DOPPLER 6i
/