For the second day in a row, the Spokane Chiefs beat the Tri-City Americans in overtime.
Curtis Miske scored 1:11 into OT on Saturday to help the Chiefs to a 3-2 preseason win at Spokane Arena.
Spokane opened the game with first-period goals by Dominic Zwerger and Kailer Yamamoto. Vladislav Lukin pulled Tri-City to within 2-1 at 17:20 of the first.
After a scoreless second period, Tri-City’s Michael Rasmussen tied the score at 2 with a power-play goal at 11:44 of the third.
Jayden Sittler had 17 saves for Spokane, which outshot the Americans 45-19 and scored all three of its goals on the power play.
Beck Warm stopped 42 of 45 shots for the Americans.
FRIDAY’S GAME: Yamamoto scored 41 seconds into overtime to help the Chiefs to a 3-2 victory over the Americans at Toyota Center.
The Chiefs jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period with goals by Hayden Ostir and Jaret Anderson-Dolan.
Tri-City’s Morgan Geekie got one goal back with 29 seconds left in the first, while Lukin tied the score at 2 at 15:29 of the second.
After a scoreless third, the game went to overtime.
The Chiefs, who outshot the Americans 31-19, got eight saves from starter Matt Berlin and nine from Donovan Buskey.
Nick Sanders took the loss in goal for the Americans, stopping 28 of 31 shots.