Silvertips’ 9-game win streak ends with shootout loss

The Chiefs win 4-3 to hand Everett its first shootout loss of the season.

SPOKANE ­— Connor Dewar, Max Patterson and Bryce Kindopp scored, but the Everett Silvertips fell to the Spokane Chiefs 4-3 in a shootout on Wednesday at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena to end a nine-game win streak.

Dewar opened the scoring for Everett with a goal just 3 minutes, 50 seconds into the game. Spokane drew even with a power-play goal from Luc Smith to close the first period.

Both teams scored twice in the second period to keep the score even. Patterson and Kindopp netted goals for Everett, and Luke Toporowski and Adam Beckman scored for Spokane.

The score remained tied through the third period and overtime before Spokane (17-11-2-2) won the shootout 2-0.

The shootout loss was the first for the Silvertips (25-7-1-1) this season.

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