October 01, 2017 Slideshows » Culture & Food

Kootenay Ice vs. Spokane Chiefs 

After starting their season 3-0 on the road, Spokane Chiefs lost their home opener 2-1 against the Kootenay Ice at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena on Saturday, September 30. Hayden Ostir scored the lone Chiefs goal. The Chiefs, who are now 3-1, play Everett at home on Wednesday, October 4 at 7:05PM.
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Spokane Chiefs Section Leader Rachel Dryer, left, hands 2 year old Harper Hansen, center, a program as Harper's mother holds her.
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Fans enter the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.
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Damon Lentes, left, his fiancé Lauren Cox, right, and her 8 year old son Nathan Ennis look at Spokane Chiefs merchandise.
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Spokane Chiefs left wing Milos Fafrak (19) and Kootenay Ice defenseman Martin Bodak (15) speak before the game.
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Spokane Chiefs mascot Boomer waves the team flag before the game.
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Spokane Chiefs head coach Dan Lambert waves at fans during his introduction before the game.
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Spokane Chiefs defenseman Tyson Helgesen (6) waves a Freeman High School flag before a Western Hockey League game against the Kootenay Ice. Students, staff and family members from the school, where a shooting took place at the high school on Sept. 13 killing sophomore Sam Strahan and wounded three others, were given tickets to attend the game.
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Students, staff and families from Freeman High School enter the ice before the game. Students, staff and family members from the school, where a shooting took place at the high school on Sept. 13 killing sophomore Sam Strahan and wounded three others, were given tickets to attend the game.
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Kootenay Ice right wing Colton Veloso, left, and Spokane Chiefs left wing Milos Fafrak go after the puck during the first period.
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Spokane Chiefs center Riley McKay, left, and Kootenay Ice left wing Barrett Sheen fight during the first period.
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Kootenay Ice right wing Brett Davis (22) celebrates his goal with his teammates during the first period.
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Spokane Chiefs left wing Ethan McIndoe (10) and his teammate center Eli Zummack (29) go after the puck against Kootenay Ice center Michael King (20) and defenseman Cale Fleury (4) during the first period.
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Kootenay Ice goalie Kurtis Chapman (1) stops a Spokane Chiefs shot on goal during the second period.
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The puck passes Spokane Chiefs goalie Dawson Weatherill (37) as it goes into the net from a shot by Kootenay Ice left wing Peyton Krebs, not pictured, during the second period.
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Fans watch the second period.
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Kootenay Ice right wing Keenan Taphorn, left, can't hold onto the puck while defended by Spokane Chiefs defenseman Dalton Hamaliuk, center, and defenseman Nolan Reid (7) in front of goalie Dawson Weatherill (37) during the second period.
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Spokane Chiefs left wing Ethan McIndoe, left, celebrates his goal with teammates defenseman Ty Smith (24) and left wing Ethan McIndoe (10) during the second period of a Western Hockey League game against the Kootenay Ice at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena in Spokane, Wash., Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)
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Spokane Chiefs defenseman Jeff Faith, left, checks Kootenay Ice defenseman Ryan Pouliot during the second period.
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Spokane Chiefs left wing Riley Woods, right, lands head first as his teammate left wing Taylor Ross, second from the left, Kootenay Ice right wing Brett Davis, left, and defenseman Dallas Hines go after the puck during the second period.
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Spokane Chiefs left wing Ethan McIndoe (10) falls while going after the puck against Kootenay Ice defenseman Ryan Pouliot (7) during the second period.
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Spokane Chiefs defenseman Jeff Faith (4) brings the puck up the ice while defended by Kootenay Ice right wing Brett Davis (22) during the third period.
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Spokane Chiefs center Eli Zummack (29) pushes the puck away from his own goal in front of Kootenay Ice right wing Colton Veloso (16) to prevent a shot on goal during the third period.
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Kootenay Ice center Colton Kroeker (21) falls while going after the puck against Spokane Chiefs defenseman Tyson Helgesen (6) during the third period.
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Spokane Chiefs Section Leader Rachel Dryer, left, hands 2 year old Harper Hansen, center, a program as Harper's mother holds her.
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