TIPS WIN // Won-On-One

SPOKANE, Wash. – Bryce Kindopp scored two goals including a penalty shot goal at 1:23 of overtime to help lift the Everett Silvertips to a 4-3 overtime victory against the host Spokane Chiefs before 3,926 fans at Spokane Arena on Sunday.

Kindopp became the first player in Silvertips history to score a penalty shot goal in overtime, supporting Dustin Wolf’s 37 saves. The Silvertips seized four points (out of six available) during a three-game, three-day scenario.

UP NEXT: The Tips rest until Friday when they visit Spokane again at 7:05 p.m. (KKXA / WHL Live / Tips App). Their next home game is Nov. 16 against the Winnipeg ICE, 7:05 p.m. in downtown Everett. Tickets remain on sale, including the Chick-fil-A Fan 4 Pack, offering 4 tickets and sandwiches for as low as $56.

Jalen Price kick-started the scoring on a rebound goal at the net, on a delayed penalty, for a 1-0 Tips lead at 7:10. But Spokane would respond quickly – and do it twice during the game – when Adam Beckman’s deflection at the net tied the game just 35 seconds later for a 1-1 tie.

Michael King followed up with a rebound power play goal, glove side of Wolf, with 15 seconds left in the period and Spokane took a late first period lead into the dressing room at intermission time. The Tips closed the gap in shots at a tighter deficit, 13-11 in the second period, and after a Wolf breakaway save on Jack Finley, they capitalized on their first power play opportunity of the night.

Michael Gut took a Wyatte Wylie pass at the left circle and sought a deflection at the net. His pass deflected off Cordel Larson and past goaltender Lukas Parik, at 15:10 of the second period for a 2-2 tie.

In the third period, the Tips made an early bid to seize the game for good. Kindopp earned his first goal of the night on a rebound left in the crease at 5:51 for his 12th goal of the season, giving the Tips their second lead of the game. But on the next shift, Eli Zummack finished a cross-ice pass at the right circle and Spokane responded 17 seconds after Kindopp’s goal to tie the game, 3-3.

The Tips survived an opening shift of overtime, hemmed in their own zone, and then pounced on a Bobby Russell turnover. Kindopp stole the puck and got behind the defense on a breakaway, drawing contact from behind while attempting to unleash a shot on Parik.

Awarded a penalty shot, Kindopp made it count. He swung wide from the left wing and uncorked a snap shot past Parik from the left circle, sending the Silvertips off the bench to celebrate at 1:23 of overtime for the victory.

The Tips are now 7-0-1-1 in the last nine regular season visits to Spokane. Parik took the loss with 21 saves.



  1. Bryce Kindopp (EVT)          
  2. Adam Beckman (SPO)
  3. Dustin Wolf (EVT)

NOTES: Scratched from the lineup were Keegan Karki (illness), Max Patterson (injury), Cole Fonstad (injury),  Olen Zellweger (World U17 Hockey Challenge), Tyson Phare (injury), and Jacob Wright (injury) … Wyatte Wylie earned three assists, a season high, and has points in six of the last seven games … Kindopp’s overtime goal moved him past Matt Fonteyne into sole possession of 7th all time on the Tips goal scoring chart.


The Tips full regular season schedule offers ticket plans for as little as $215 total per seat, available at or by calling (425) 252-5100 during normal business hours. Seven game packs are now on sale.

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