Ticket information announced for Seahawks London game
The start time for the Seahawks’ Week 6 game in London was also announced, with kickoff set for 6 p.m. (10 a.m. PT) on October 14 at the new home of Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur.
Chiefs blank Wheat Kings 3-0
Goaltender Bailey Brkin secured his first career WHL shutout while forwards Kailer Yamamoto and Ethan McIndoe each picked up two points in the win.
Ty Smith named captain of Team Orr for Top Prospects Game
Smith was originally selected by the Chiefs with the first overall pick in the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft before earning the team’s 2016-17 Rookie of the Year.
Cooper Kupp named to 2017 PFWA All-Rookie Team
In just 15 games, Kupp set a franchise rookie record with 62 receptions, also racking up 869 yards and five touchdowns
Seahawks announce addition of Schottenheimer, Norton Jr. & Solari
The Seahawks announced three additions to their coaching staff Tuesday, naming Brian Schottenheimer offensive coordinator, Ken Norton Jr. defensive coordinator and Mike Solari offensive line coach.
Chiefs fall short against Silvertips, 5-2
The Spokane Chiefs fell to the Everett Silvertips on Saturday night by a score of 5-2 as they completed a stretch of four games in five nights.
Seahawks to play in London in 2018
The Seahawks, who will be the road team against the Raiders, were one of six teams in the NFL to have not played in London heading into the 2018 season.
Rockets score 7 goals in victory over Chiefs
The Kelowna Rockets erased a 3-2 Spokane lead with 3 unanswered goals on their way to a 7-4 win over the Chiefs Wednesday night in Kelowna, B.C.
2018 Mariners Caravan makes stop in Spokane
The Seattle Mariners Caravan made their way to Spokane on Wednesday for an autograph appearance and the MLB Play Ball Event. Fans had the opportunity to talk with Mike Blowers, Aaron Goldsmith, Mike Marjama, Taylor Motter and former Gonzaga pitcher Marco Gonzales.
Seahawks relieve OC Darrell Bevell & OL coach Tom Cable of their duties
Both Bevell and Cable joined Carroll’s coaching staff in 2011, and helped the Seahawks, as Carroll noted, reach a “championship level,” culminating in Seattle winning Super Bowl XLVIII.