CHIEFS RELEASE 2011-12 SCHEDULE

Jul 06, 2011 - 03:25 PDT

The Spokane Chiefs will open the home portion of the 2011-12 regular season on Saturday, October 1st versus the Tri-City Americans.  It will be the second half of a home-and-home series with the Americans after they open the season the week prior, Saturday, September 24th at Tri-City.  The schedule is tentative and subject to change.  (CLICK HERE FOR A .PDF VERSION OF THE SCHEDULE)

Of the 36 home games, 26 will be played on the weekend with nine on Fridays, 15 Saturdays and two Sunday.  Spokane will play two games on a Monday, including a special 2:05 p.m. start on January 16th versus the Seattle Thunderbirds.  Sunday games begin at 6:05.  All others will start at 7:05.

A variety of ticket packages, available for all budgets, are on sale now by contacting an Account Executive at the Chiefs office at (509) 535-PUCK (7825).  Ticket packages begin at just $88.

The opening two games of the season will be a part of the 12 game season series (six home, six away) between the Chiefs and Americans.

Of the other teams in the U.S. Division, Spokane will play Everett 10 times (five home, five away) with an eight game series (four home, four away) with both Portland and Seattle. 

The Chiefs will play twice at home and twice on the road versus four of the five B.C. Division teams (Kamloops, Kelowna, Prince George and Victoria), including the newest member of the WHL, the Victoria Royals.  The Royals will visit the Spokane Arena for the first time on Wednesday, October 26th.  Spokane will play the Vancouver Giants once at home and once away.

The Chiefs will also keep their rivalry with the Kootenay Ice, the defending Ed Chynoweth Cup Champions, alive with a five game season series (two home, three away).  Spokane will travel to the other Central Division opponents (Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Red Deer) with a five game in six night road trip beginning at the end of November.

The six East Division clubs (Brandon, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon and Swift Current) will all visit the Spokane Arena throughout the course of the season.

Individual tickets will go on sale for the regular season in early September.

DATE

OPPONENT

GAME

Saturday, September 24th

at Tri-City

7:05

Saturday, October 1st

vs. Tri-City

7:05

Wednesday, October 5th

at Vancouver

7:00

Friday, October 7th

at Kamloops

7:05

Saturday, October 8th

vs. Kelowna

7:05

Wednesday, October 12th

vs. Brandon

7:05

Friday, October 14th

vs. Prince Albert

7:05

Saturday, October 15th

vs. Everett

7:05

Friday, October 21st

vs. Saskatoon

7:05

Saturday, October 22nd

vs. Everett

7:05

Wednesday, October 26th

vs. Victoria

7:05

Saturday, October 29th

at Tri-City

7:05

Saturday, November 5th

vs. Tri-City

7:05

Sunday, November 6th

vs. Everett

6:05

Friday, November 11th

at Portland

7:00

Saturday, November 12th

at Portland

7:00

Friday, November 18th

vs. Kamloops

7:05

Saturday, November 19th

vs. Regina

7:05

Wednesday, November 23rd

vs. Swift Current

7:05

Friday, November 25th

at Portland

7:05

Saturday, November 26th

vs. Prince George

7:05

Tuesday, November 29th

at Edmonton

6:00

Wednesday, November 30th

at Red Deer

6:00

Friday, December 2nd

at Calgary

6:00

Saturday, December 3rd

at Medicine Hat

6:30

Sunday, December 4th

at Lethbridge

5:00

Friday, December 9th

at Everett

7:35

Saturday, December 10th

vs. Prince George

7:05

Wednesday, December 14th

vs. Everett

7:05

Friday, December 16th

at Everett

7:35

Saturday, December 17th

vs. Portland

7:05

Tuesday, December 27th

at Kelowna

7:05

Friday, December 30th

at Kootenay

6:00

Saturday, December 31st

at Tri-City

7:05

Wednesday, January 4th

at Kelowna

7:05

Friday, January 6th

vs. Moose Jaw

7:05

Saturday, January 7th

at Seattle

7:05

Sunday, January 8th

at Everett

5:05

Wednesday, January 11th

vs. Everett

7:05

Friday, January 13th

at Everett

7:35

Saturday, January 14th

vs. Tri-City

7:05

Monday, January 16th

vs. Seattle

2:05

Friday, January 20th

at Tri-City

7:05

Saturday, January 21st

vs. Portland

7:05

Sunday, January 22nd

vs. Portland

6:05

Wednesday, January 25th

at Everett

7:05

Friday, January 27th

vs. Portland

7:05

Saturday, January 28th

vs. Kootenay

7:05

Tuesday, January 31st

at Seattle

7:05

Wednesday, February 1st

at Kamloops

7:00

Friday, February 3rd

vs. Victoria

7:05

Saturday, February 4th

at Kootenay

6:00

Monday, February 6th

vs. Seattle

7:05

Friday, February 10th

vs. Seattle

7:05

Saturday, February 11th

vs. Tri-City

7:05

Wednesday, February 15th

vs. Vancouver

7:05

Friday, February 17th

at Kootenay

6:00

Saturday, February 18th

at Tri-City

7:05

Sunday, February 19th

at Seattle

5:05

Friday, February 24th

at Portland

7:00

Saturday, February 25th

vs. Tri-City

7:05

Tuesday, February 28th

at Victoria

7:05

Wednesday, February 29th

at Victoria

7:05

Friday, March 2nd

at Prince George

7:00

Saturday, March 3rd

at Prince George

7:00

Wednesday, March 7th

vs. Kelowna

7:05

Friday, March 9th

vs. Tri-City

7:05

Saturday, March 10th

vs. Kootenay

7:05

Tuesday, March 13th

at Seattle

7:05

Wednesday, March 14th

vs. Kamloops

7:05

Friday, March 16th

vs. Seattle

7:05

Saturday, March 17th

at Tri-City

7:05