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Spokane Chiefs forward Cordel Larson wins MVP in Red-White scrimmage

Larson scored two goals in the Red team's 4-1 win.
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SPOKANE, Wash. — The Spokane Chiefs wrapped up training camp on Sunday with its annual Red-White scrimmage game on Sunday.

The Red team beat the White team 4-1. Forward Cordel Larson had two goals to power the Red team to a win.

The team is looking for a new goalie this season as Bailey Brkin is no longer on the squad. Goalie Campbell Arnold was outstanding starting for the Red squad. He faced 15 shots and didn't allow a goal through a period and a half of platy.

The Chiefs season opener is on September 20 on the road against the Kamloops Blazers. The first home game is September 28 against the Tri-City Americans.

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