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Thunderbirds rookie goaltender Logan Flodell makes a save against Prince George forward Chase Witala (8) Friday. The T-Birds lost 3-1 but Flodell had 37 saves in his frist appearance of the season. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Young Goaltender Shines In First Action

Rookie Logan Flodell made 37 saves on 40 shots in his first appearance and start of the 2014 season in a 3-1 loss to Prince George Friday night. The 17-year-old made the Thunderbirds roster as one of three goalies after a strong camp.

1090 The Fan–10/18/2014

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Mumaugh Shaky In First Start For T-Birds

Mumaugh finished with 28 saves on 33 shots. He was pulled with two minutes remaining as Seattle went with an extra attacker in an attempt to even the score.

1090 The Fan–10/05/2014

Seattle Thunderbirds forward Keegan Kolesar (28) fights for a loose puck in front of Kelowna goalie Jackson Whistle Saturday. The T-Birds lost 6-4. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Rockets Burn T-Birds In Third Period To Remain Undefeated

Seattle was looking for a weekend sweep over Western Hockey League powers Portland and Kelowna (6-0) in front of 4,358 at the ShoWare Center. Instead, the T-Birds squandered an early two goal lead in succumbing to their nemesis.

1090 The Fan–10/05/2014

Seattle Thunderbirds' forward Jaimen Yakubowski (19) tries to score on Vancouver goalie Payton Lee in Sunday's game. Seattle beat the Giants 4-3 in a shootout. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Theodore’s Shootout Goal Rescues Seattle From Potential Collapse

It was a game the Thunderbirds absolutely had to have after a 3-game losing skid left their grip on the No. 4 seed tenuous. Shea Theodore finished with three assists, Danny Mumaugh had 32 saves in his first start in eight games and Alexander Delnov tallied his 28th goal of the season to lift the T-Birds.

1090 The Fan–03/09/2014

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Hickman, T-Birds Beat Everett Again

Barzal and Gropp, each playing in the midst of their rookie campaigns for Seattle, are clearly two of the brightest young players Seattle has, and both are playing at a high level currently for head coach Steve Konowalchuk.

1090 The Fan–02/04/2014

Seattle goaltender Taran Kozun makes a glove save against Moose Jaw, Tuesday night. Kozun made 29 saves in helping Seattle earn a 3-2 shootout win against the Warriors. (Photo by WHL)

Seattle’s New Goaltender Turning Heads

After Seattle’s 3-2 shootout victory against Moose Jaw, Tuesday, Kozun is now 4-0 with two shutouts. Kozun, 19, went 3-0 with a 0.65 goals-against-average and a .977 save percentage last week in earning himself the Vaughn CHL Goaltender of the Week award.

1090 The Fan–01/22/2014

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Kozun Leads T-Birds To Sixth Straight Victory

Seattle (28-14-2-3) won its sixth straight game behind another excellent game between the pipes for newly acquired goalie Taran Kozun.

1090 The Fan–01/18/2014

Goaltender Justin Myles, seen here in a game against Portland earlier this season, was traded by Seattle to Kamloops on Friday prior to the WHL trading deadline. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Myles Departs As T-Birds Continue Dealing

Seattle sent goaltender Justin Myles along with defenseman Austin Douglas and a 2015 fourth round Bantam draft selection to the Blazers for goaltender Taran Kozun.

1090 The Fan–01/12/2014

Seattle Thunderbirds' forward Alexander Delnov celebrates his game-winning overtime goal in Saturday's victory over Spokane. It was Delnov's second goal of the game. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Delnov Leads Seattle To Overtime Win

Roberts Lipsbergs and Alexander Delnov, playing on the same line for the majority of Saturday’s game with the team still shorthanded, combined to deliver seven points, including the late equalizer and overtime game-winner as Seattle stunned Spokane with a 4-3 overtime victory, Saturday.

1090 The Fan–01/12/2014

The Seattle Thunderbirds finished a 5-game road swing through Western Canada with a 2-3 record thanks to consecutive wins over Prince George this week.

T-Birds Return Home With 2-3 Record Over Western Canada Road Trip

After being outscored 22-3, the T-Birds went into Prince George and came away with consecutive wins Tuesday and Wednesday to end a 5-game losing streak and at least salvage part of the trip.

1090 The Fan–01/09/2014

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