Kyle Olson ties game with one seconds remaining, Ams fall to Chiefs in overtime

Judy Simpson

The Tri-City Americans fall short 5-4 to the Spokane Chief in overtime tonight.

The Chiefs took over the first period 2-0.

That didn’t stop AMS Nolan Yaremko and Krytof Hrabik. They both respond with a goal each to tie things up in the second period.

The Chiefs, Nolan Reid and Michael King score 13 minutes into the third for the 4-2 lead.

The Americans pushed through and Riley Sawchuck landed the power play goal at 18:43. Kyle Olson pumped up the crowd and tied the game up once again with only a second remaining.

Chiefs, Jaret Anderson-Dolan lands the game-winning overtime goal.

Tonight’s overtime point secures the Americans a spot in the 2019 WHL Playoffs.

Shots: 34-36 SPO

Final score: 5-4 AMS

The AMS will hit the road and face the Seattle Thunderbirds tomorrow at Kent at 7:05.

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