SPOKANE, Wash. - Mike Aviani had two goals and two assists as the Spokane Chiefs stayed perfect at home this season with a 8-2 victory over the Seattle Thunderbirds on Tuesday in the WHL.
Aviani got the scoring going on a power play goal at 9:21 off assists from Jason Fram and King.
King followed with a goal of his own at 10:25, firing a shot from the blue-line past an unsuspecting Seattle goalie Brandon Glover.
The Chiefs struck again, as Fiddler grabbed an errant past from the T-Birds and scored a breakaway goal at 16:11.
Proft extended Spokane's lead to 4-0 a mere 15-seconds later on a shot from just outside the crease.
Stewart capped the first period scoring with a goal at 17:21 with assists to King and Adam Heleweka.
The Chiefs wasted no time in the second, as Fiddler scored his second just 50-seconds into the period.
Kichton opened up the scoring in the final period with a shot from just inside the blue-line at 9:59. It was Kichton's 50th career WHL goal and 200th career WHL point.
Aviani tallied his second goal of the night at 11:25 to round off Spokane's highest scoring game of the year.
Seattle dropped to 7-6-1 with the loss.