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Seattle Thunderbirds forward Mitch Elliot delivers a pass in Tuesday's 7-1 loss to Kamloops. (Photo credit WHL)

Seattle Looks Listless In 7-1 Loss To Kamloops

Seattle was hoping to close off a great month of December the right way, but got off to a disappointing start against the Blazers, a team that came in dead last in the B.C. division. Prior to Tuesday’s game, the T-Birds were 7-1-1-0 for the month.

1090 The Fan–01/01/2014

Seattle goaltender Justin Myles, defends the net in a game earlier this season.

Coach Konowalchuk Continues To Share Seattle’s Goalie Duties

So far through 36 games this season, coach Konowalchuk has nearly split the goal-tending duties 50-50 between Myles and 17-year-old Danny Mumaugh. Myles, 18, has now posted an 11-5 record in 19 games with a .896 save percentage and 3.39 goals-against-average (GAA).

1090 The Fan–12/28/2013

Seattle's Alexander Delnov, 24, tries to score against Tri-City, Tuesday, December 17 at the ShoWare Center. Delnov and the T-Birds won 5-2. (Brian Liesse, WHL)

Seattle Enters Break With 5-2 Win Over Tri-City

Seattle (21-10-1-3) got off to a fast start thanks to Delnov. The 19-year-old Russian scored after he corralled a loose puck in the slot at 5:06 in the first period. He then assisted on Ryan Gropp’s goal which gave the T-Birds a 2-0 lead with just over seven minutes to play in the period.

1090 The Fan–12/17/2013

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Second Consecutive Six Goal Effort Leads Seattle Past Royals

Delnov picked up right where he left off Friday night, scoring just 2:11 into the first period and Roberts Lipsbergs followed just 38 seconds later to put the T-Birds quickly ahead 2-0. Facing a goalie on a run like Polivka had been on, Seattle made sure not to let him settle in.

1090 The Fan–11/30/2013

Danny Mumaugh (photo credit: WHL)

Danny Mumaugh Asserting Himself As Seattle’s Leading Goalie

Mumaugh finished with 47 saves on 50 shots against Kelowna Tuesday, but endured the shoot-out loss to drop his record to 6-4-1-3. Mumaugh has played in 15 games thus far for the T-Birds and has posted a .916 save percentage and 3.14 goals-against-average (GAA). On the other hand, the T-Birds other goalie Justin Myles has a .890 save percentage and 3.86 GAA in 12 games.

1090 The Fan–11/20/2013

(photo credit: WHL)

Rockets Blast Past Thunderbirds In Shoot-Out Win

It was a hard-fought, close battle all night between two of the top Western Conference squads coming in, Kelowna taking the 50-46 shots-on-goal edge. Kelowna entered with the best winning percentage and riding an 8-game winning streak.

1090 The Fan–11/20/2013

(photo courtesy WHL)

New Top Line Helps Seattle Beat Brandon

Facing a team that it meets just one time per season, Seattle out-hustled and largely out-fought (both literally and figuratively) Brandon in front of 4,096 at the ShoWare Center.

1090 The Fan–10/30/2013

Danny Mumaugh (photo courtesy WHL)

Danny Mumaugh Posts Another Win For Seattle

Mumaugh, 17, is the younger of the two goalies. He’s played in eight games this season for the T-Birds, posting a .920 save percentage. Meanwhile, Justin Myles, has played in nine games and has posted a .905 save percentage.

1090 The Fan–10/30/2013

(photo credit: WHL)

Seattle Squanders Late Lead, Loses In Shootout

An attendance of 3,533 watched helplessly as the Thunderbirds (8-3-0-1) squandered a late two-goal lead to the Cougars, which left the team and head coach Steve Konowalchuk lamenting missed opportunities and the point it lost Friday night.

1090 The Fan–10/19/2013

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Thunderbirds Look Confident, Extend Winning-Streak To Five Games

Roberts Lipsbergs scored twice, Shea Theodore had a goal and newly acquired Adam Henry, playing in his first game as a T-Bird, scored with :03 remaining in the first period to stake Seattle to a 2-0 lead it never relinquished.

1090 The Fan–10/13/2013

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