Juuso Valimaki’s 2 goals help keep the Americans’ hopes alive
The Silvertips’ strong special teams play wasn’t enough tonight in their loss to the Americans
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The Silvertips will look to hand the Americans their first loss of the postseason in the conference finals
Eight players from teams in the PNW are listed on the final NHL Central Scouting report for NA skaters
Players from the Everett Silvertips, Tri-City Americans, Spokane Chiefs, and Portland Winterhawks were ranked by NHL Central Scouting ahead of the 2018 draft.
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The Tri-City Americans won two big games over the weekend to keep a slim chance of making the WHL playoffs for the 13th straight season. Tri-City is now only two points behind Spokane heading into the final week of the regular season, but needs help.
The Tri-City Americans are coming off a week where they struggled on the road and at home. Despite beating Everett on Saturday, the Ams dropped a pair decisively against Seattle and another to Portland. Tri-City is now 4 points out of a playoff spot.
The Tri-City Americans earned a huge 2-0 victory over division-leading Everett on Friday night. But a trip to Spokane on Saturday proved too much as the Chiefs rode three first-period goals to a 4-2 win. Tri-City is only 3 points from a playoff spot.
The Tri-City Americans faced a daunting four-game road trip through Canada last week. But they rode the momentum of recent success and came home with three huge victories. Tri-City is now just three points out of the final playoff spot in the West.
The Tri-City Americans are still rolling after a week that saw them beat Kamloops and Spokane. Victoria handed the Ams their first loss at home in six tries on Friday, but the club continues to draw closer to the 8th and final playoff spot.
The Tri-City Americans are riding the wave of momentum after two impressive victories last week. The Ams beat division-leading Everett behind a solid performance from goalie Evan Sarthou, then poured in seven goals on the road against rival Spokane.
KING5 reporter Chris Daniels comes on the show to talk about arena situations in Seattle and Tukwila, as well as recent comments by NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman. Sam Hinchee joins us to discuss the WHL season thus far for the Tri-City Americans.
The Tri-City Americans may be hitting their stride at the perfect time this season. In the midst of a three-game win streak and the rival Spokane Chiefs slumping, the Ams are inching closer to the 8th and final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
We end our holiday hiatus with a pair of guests from the Washington Huskies hockey club. We also discuss arena news in Seattle and Calgary. Oh, and we talk about the new Star Wars movie.
Mackenze Stewart impressed in his first three games with the Americans, and stud defenseman Brandon Carlo is making a name for himself at the World Juniors. With his impending return, the Ams are starting to put the pieces together for a playoff run.
The Tri-City Americans announced Monday the welcomed addition of forward/former defenseman Makenze Stewart to the roster. Stewart's WHL rights were acquired last week from the Prince Albert Raiders and on Monday he was re-assigned from the ECHL.
The Americans enter Christmas break having won three of the last four, their best run of the season. With stud defenseman Brandon Carlo playing for Team USA, they are relying on goal-scoring and a bend-don't-break defense to stay in the playoff race.
The Tri-City Americans got a much-needed break last week, with only two games and ample opportunities to get some players healthy and back in the lineup. Road games at Everett and against Seattle in Kent were measuring-stick type games for the Ams.
After dropping a third-straight contest with Portland on Wednesday, the Tri-City Americans headed north for a quick two-game trip to Alberta. The Ams played well enough to win both games but returned to the Toyota Center with only two points.
Tri-City hosted defending WHL Champion Kelowna and were in position for a big win before the Rockets pulled away late. Then Spokane came to town on Saturday, and let's just say it's good to begin a new week.......