Big 2nd period lifts Silvertips over Chiefs

Everett scores four goals in the second frame and holds on for a 5-4 win to improve to 8-0-0-1.

Kevin Clark / The Herald

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Yan Khomenko signals for substitution Sunday night at Xfinity Arena in Everett, Wa on September 6th, 2015

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SPOKANE —The Everett Silvertips scored four goals in the second period to break open a tie game and held off a late charge by the Spokane Chiefs to win 5-4 on Friday night at Veterans Memorial Arena.

After Spokane scored to take the lead early, Jackson Berezowski scored in the first to even the game at 1-1.

That’s when Everett went to work.

Four straight goals by Hunter Campbell, Jonny Lambos, Matthew Ng and Alex Swetlikoff staked the Silvertips to a 5-1 lead heading into the final frame.

The Chiefs rallied with three goals in the final period, but couldn’t find the back of the net to force overtime.

Koen MacInnes stopped 20 of 24 shots for Everett (8-0-0-1).

Mason Beaupit stopped 16 of 21 shots for Spokane (3-7-1-0).

Silvertips 5, Chiefs 4

Everett 1 4 0 — 5

Spokane 1 0 3 — 4

1st Period-1, Spokane, Finley 3 (Toporowski), 6:14. 2, Everett, Berezowski 6 10:50 (PS). Penalties-Wright Evt (kneeing), 0:16; Weinstein Spo (interference), 2:22; Weinstein Spo (hooking), 6:38; Sward Spo (hooking), 15:16.

2nd Period-3, Everett, Campbell 3 (Ng), 14:41. 4, Everett, Lambos 2 (Hofer, Huuhtanen), 16:11. 5, Everett, Ng 1 (Roest, Campbell), 16:36. 6, Everett, Swetlikoff 6 (Campbell, Wright), 19:34. Penalties-Woodward Evt (high sticking), 3:05; Sutter Evt (slashing), 10:24; Huuhtanen Evt (high sticking), 17:06.

3rd Period-7, Spokane, Finley 4 (Toporowski), 1:46 (SH). 8, Spokane, Swetlikoff 3 (Sward, Toporowski), 10:14 (PP). 9, Spokane, Finley 5 (Kovgoreniya, Panghli), 15:45. Penalties-Weinstein Spo (delay of game), 1:33; Gudelj Spo (too many men), 3:58; Wiles Spo (delay of game), 4:31; Ng Evt (slashing), 7:59; Hemmerling Evt (tripping), 9:14; Lambos Evt (boarding), 9:46; Campbell Evt (roughing), 18:34; Finley Spo (roughing), 18:34.

Shots on Goal-Everett 10-11-9-30. Spokane 9-4-11-24.

Power Play Opportunities-Everett 0 / 6; Spokane 1 / 7.

Goalies-Everett, MacInnes 5-0-0-0 (24 shots-20 saves). Spokane, Beaupit 2-3-1-0 (21 shots-16 saves); Panghli 0-2-0-0 (9 shots-9 saves).


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