GAME DAY: ‘Canes @ Chiefs




Lethbridge Hurricanes @ Spokane Chiefs
Where: Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
When: 8pm puck drop, pregame at 7:45pm
Listen: ROCK 106
Watch: WHL Live



‘Canes vs. Chiefs in 2013/14:
Last Meeting: November 8th/2013 – 6-2 for the Chiefs (in Lethbridge)

‘Canes Record: 6-16-3-1
‘Canes Home Record: 3-7-2-1
‘Canes Road Record: 3-9-1-0

Chiefs Record: 13-7-3-0
Chiefs Home Record:
Chiefs Road Record: 7-2-1-0

‘Canes Leading Scorer: Riley Sheen (3G,19A, 22P)
Chiefs Leading Scorer: Adam Helewka (13G, 17A, 30P)

The Break Down

The Lethbridge Hurricanes wrap up a two-game US road trip tonight when they take on the Spokane Chiefs for the first and only meeting this season. The ‘Canes are coming off a 4-1 loss last night in Tri-City to the Americans.

The Hurricanes enter action have dropped ten of their last 11 games and five straight on the road. The ‘Canes currently hold a 6-16-3-1 record and sit in the basement of the Central Division.

The Chiefs, however, are off to a pretty good start to the season. They current sit third in the US division with a record of 13-7-3-0 record and are coming off a 4-2 win on Wednesday night over the Victoria Royals.

What To Watch

Lethbridge Point of View

Wins A Premium: The Hurricanes have had a tough go in the month of November. The ‘Canes are current 1-7-2-0 this month and have lost ten of 11 games. Saturday will be their last game of the month.

Washington Woes: The Hurricanes had a long losing streak in Tri-City continued last night with a 4-1 loss to the Americans – their last win in Kennewick was December 11th/1999. Much the same in Spokane, the ‘Canes haven’t won a game at Spokane Arena since 2003.

Spokane Point of View

Helewka Terrific: Adam Helewka has been outstanding for the Chiefs this season. The veteran after 50 points a year ago in 62 games, is well on pace to shatter that. In his first 20 games of the season, Helewka has 30 points (13g-17a)

Offense From Defense: Jason Fram, much like Helewka, has been terrific this year. Fram, who had an impressive 57 points as an 18-year-old last year is poised to better that this year. In 22 games, Fram has 23 points.


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