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Everett Silvertips 2 at Spokane Chiefs 7 - Status: Final
Wednesday, March 11, 2009 - Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena

Everett 0 1 1 - 2
Spokane 4 3 0 - 7

1st Period-1, Spokane, Calla 15 (Bowman, Ulmer), 1:01. 2, Spokane, Koper 23 (Wahl, Johnson), 16:05. 3, Spokane, Roman 9 (Wahl, Bowman), 17:26 (PP). 4, Spokane, Johnson 26 (Spurgeon, Wahl), 18:09 (PP). Penalties-Ellington Evt (interference), 16:46; Alexander Evt (slashing), 17:26.

2nd Period-5, Spokane, Donaghy 10 (Spurgeon, Cratsenberg), 6:35. 6, Spokane, Bowman 44   7:33. 7, Spokane, Calla 16 (Roman, Bowman), 9:03 (PP). 8, Everett, Alexander 5 (Burt, Parker), 10:56 (SH). Penalties-Potuer Evt (tripping), 8:07; Potuer Evt (roughing), 9:03; McCrae Spo (hooking), 17:19; Potuer Evt (slashing), 18:55; Kuhn Spo (hooking), 19:27.

3rd Period-9, Everett, Iwanski 6 (Dailey, White), 17:00. Penalties-Abney Evt (interference), 4:10; McDermott Evt (high sticking), 6:06; Ellington Evt (tripping), 7:02; Sohor Evt (instigator, major-fighting, 10-minute misconduct), 13:39; Gal Spo (major-fighting), 13:39.

Shots on Goal-Everett 7-13-17-37. Spokane 8-9-7-24.
Power Play Opportunities-Everett 0 / 2; Spokane 3 / 9.
Goalies-Everett, Heemskerk 16-21-3-3 (12 shots-6 saves); Simpson 8-11-3-1 (12 shots-11 saves). Spokane, Tokarski 34-18-0-2 (37 shots-35 saves).
A-5,031
Referees-Tyler Johnson, Sean Raphael (28).
Linesmen-Tony Leonetti (53), Steven Walsh (135).