SPOKANE, Wash. - Jason Fram, Mitch Holmberg and Anthony Bardaro scored before Kelowna had a shot and the Spokane Chiefs went on to a 5-1 win over the visiting Rockets in Western Hockey League action Saturday.
Fram, a 16-year old rookie defenceman, had his second goal in as many games to open the scoring at 7:31. Holmberg followed with his first goal before Bardaro got his sixth, and fifth on the power play, at 13:16 for Spokane (2-2-1).
Kelowna (3-2-0) didn't get a shot until the clock dipped under five minutes. The Rockets were out-shot 18-3 in the first period and 17-4 in the second.
Homberg made it 4-0 less than a minute into the second period. Kelowna broke through on Cody Chikie?s goal at 14:15.
Barbaro's second goal of a game, his sixth power play goal and seventh goal of the season, made it 5-1 with 5:55 to go.
Mac Engle only faced 12 shots in the Spokane goal while the Chiefs peppered Jordan Cooke with 45, including the first 15 of the game.