Chiefs’ 2020-21 Regular Season Schedule Unveiled

Spokane, Wash. / Calgary, Alta. — The Western Hockey League announced on Wednesday the U.S. Division game schedule for the 2020-21 regular season.

Click here to view the full schedule.

The Chiefs will play a 24-game schedule — 12 home and 12 away — beginning on March 19 and ending on May 9. They will begin with three road games on March 19-21 before their home opener on March 26 versus Seattle.

As announced by the Western Hockey League earlier this month, the Chiefs will play all 24 games exclusively within the U.S. Division, battling the Everett Silvertips, Portland Winterhawks, Seattle Thunderbirds and Tri-City Americans. They will play the Silvertips six times, the Winterhawks five times, the Thunderbirds five and the Americans eight.

Spokane’s home finale will take place on Sunday, May 2 versus Everett before the team finishes with another three-in-three road set, culminating with a Mother’s Day contest at Seattle on Sunday, May 9.

Click here for a printable game schedule.

Digital wallpapers for the 2020-21 regular season schedule are available here (landscape / desktop) and here (vertical / mobile).

The Chiefs begin their 2020-21 regular season on Friday, March 19 at Seattle.

Due to ongoing health restrictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, fans will not be permitted to games this season. All games are available on the radio via the Chiefs’ radio broadcast partners, 103.5 FM The Game or (if there is a time conflict) 94.1 FM The Bear. Fans can also watch every game online via WHL Live on CHL TV. Learn more at The team’s television broadcast schedule will be announced soon.

For the latest information on the 2020-21 season and more, visit

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