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Connor Dewar and Bryce Kindopp are fast and tenacious, and ask the same of their linemates.
More than 80 percent of responders picked Everett to beat Spokane in their WHL playoff series.
After a scoring dip following his trade to Everett, he buried four goals in five games vs. Tri-City.
Dustin Wolf was stellar in his first postseason series as Everett’s No. 1 netminder
Everett and Spokane begin their 2nd-round WHL playoff series Saturday at Angel of the Winds Arena.
Everett was motivated to end the series now, plus thoughts on Andrusiak’s offense and Dewar’s health.
Bryce Kindopp records a hat trick as Everett routs Tri-City 9-1 in Game 5 to win the series 4-1.
Defense and the ability to apply pressure on offense has Everett on the verge of a series win.
Everett bounces back from a loss in Game 3 to beat Tri-City 3-0 and takes a commanding 3-1 series lead.
Parker AuCoin scores the game-winner as Tri-City wins 3-2 to cut Everett’s series lead to 2-1.
Tri-City play-by-play broadcaster Craig West joins to review Games 1 and 2 and preview Games 3 and 4
The pair of midseason acquisitions have brought needed toughness to the series against Tri-City.
The affiliate player has carved out a niche on the team despite just playing four games for Everett.
Their willingness to battle through adversity bodes well for Everett’s playoff prospects
Leading scorer Connor Dewar sits with an injury, but Everett wins 4-3 to take a 2-0 series lead.
Defense leads the way; Everett survives injuries; Fasko-Rudas thrives; Tri-City gets physical.
Five third-period goals lead Everett to a 6-1 win over the Americans to open the best-of-seven series.
Everett dominates, and eventually scores; lines solidify; where did Dewar disappear to?
The former Tips winger (and valedictorian at Everett High School) chats about experience in academia
The injured forward returns to the ice for the first time since Dec. 29.