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  • Every Goal Tells a Story
  • Every Goal Tells a Story

    Liam Stewart opens up about playing for the Chiefs and having super-famous parents.
      Liam Stewart grew up surrounded by fame and fortune, the son of rock star Rod Stewart and supermodel Rachel Hunter. The odds of him growing up in ritzy, sun-kissed Hermosa Beach, Calif., and leaving home at 17 to play hockey for the Spokane Chiefs are almost as long as the odds on him being so 킦 normal.
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  • Talent Search
  • Talent Search

    The secret to a successful American hockey team? Bird dogs.
      No wonder it represents something of a culture shock for some players when they join the Chiefs. Before coming to Spokane, many of the Chiefs played most or all of their games in tiny arenas before miniscule crowds in small towns scattered across frosty Canada.
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  • The Fighter
  • The Fighter

    Darren Kramer is proud to be the Chiefs' biggest bruiser.
      Kramer, one of the busiest and best fighters in the Western Hockey League, quickly became a favorite with Spokane Chiefs fans as a rookie this season. The 6-foot-2, 207-pounder from Peace River, Alberta (population 6,200) led the WHL with a whopping 306 penalty minutes.
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  • Fresh Air
  • Fresh Air

    What will this weekend’s historic outdoor game mean for the Spokane Chiefs?
      When he was a kid, Johnson — a lifelong resident of suburban Spokane — skated outdoors on Liberty Lake and on the pond at Manito Park. Kevin King, who plays left wing for the Kootenay Ice, the Chiefs’ opponent on Saturday, says that while growing up in Calgary, he occasionally grabbed his skates, a stick and a puck and headed to a nearby frozen lake.
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  • Locally Grown
  • Locally Grown

    Tyler Johnson is the rare, lucky kid who grew up to play for his hometown team.
      Rarer than Americans in a league filled with Canadians and a handful of Europeans, are American standouts. Johnson is one of them, scoring 35 goals and 71 points in 64 games last year, before his WHL season was interrupted ever-sopleasantly by a gold-medal run with the U.
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