The second round of the Spokane Chiefs 2018-19 Play of the Year contest has concluded with the field narrowing to just four plays!
Matt Leduc’s “The Hit” remained the top vote-getter with 68.7% in its head-to-head match-up with Riley Woods’ diving “Score Like Orr”.
The narrowest contest was between Eli Zummack’s “Shifty Shorty” and Kaden Hanas’ “Hit & Home?”, as Hanas’ first WHL goal snuck through with 54.9% of the votes.
The semifinals feature plays from four different players, including San Jose Sharks prospect Jake McGrew’s “He Did What?”, Leduc’s “The Hit”, Hanas’ “Hit & Home” and rookie Connor Gabruch’s “One-Man Show”.
Second Round Results
The Hit (68.7%) over Score Like Orr (31.3%)
He Did What? (59.1%) over On A String (40.9%)
One-Man Show (57.3%) over Road Warrior (42.7%)
Hit & Home (54.9%) over Shifty Shorty (45.1%)
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