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Lipsbergs, Power Play Propel Seattle To OT Win Over Everett

One night after struggling on its power play, Seattle (30-15-2-3) rebounded in a big way, Saturday with all four of its goals coming with the man advantage. Shea Theodore was a major part of that all night. The defenseman finished with a goal and three assists for the T-Birds.

1090 The Fan–01/26/2014

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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

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

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T-Birds Fly Out Of Everett With 3-2 Victory

Seattle (22-10-1-3) goaltender Justin Myles provided 36 saves including some critical ones late as Everett attempted a furious late rally with a 2-man empty-net power play with 45 seconds left. The win was Seattle’s 10th in its last 11 contests, and evened the season series with Everett (22-11-4-0) at one win apiece even as the team was outshot 38 to 21.

1090 The Fan–12/27/2013

Mathew Barzal skates in a November 29th game against Saskatoon. Barzal, 16, has six goals and 25 assists in 32 games this season for Seattle. Brian Liesse, WHL

Seattle Rookie Mathew Barzal Has Had A Fast Start To His WHL Career

Barzal, 16, has scored six goals and delivered 25 assists in 32 games for fifth place Seattle (21-10-1-3). His 25 assists trail only defenseman Shea Theodore (27) for the team lead and his 31 points are fourth most amongst T-Birds skaters.

1090 The Fan–12/24/2013

Seattle's Branden Troock  controls the puck against Portland's Steven Alldridge (photo credit: Brian Liesse/WHL)

Short-handed Thunderbirds Beat Portland For 8th Straight

The win was also Seattle’s (20-9-1-3) first in regulation over the Winterhawks this season. Troock had two goals and an assist, and Danny Mumaugh improved to 10-5 thanks to 33 saves on 35 shots. In the sixth match-up between the two squads this season, each team was without at least one leading scorer.

1090 The Fan–12/14/2013

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Seattle Still Searching For Consistency On Its Power Play

Seattle head coach Steve Konowalchuk pinpointed the power play as an area the team must improve upon after Saturday night’s win.

1090 The Fan–11/23/2013

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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

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Regina Sends Thunderbirds To Fourth Straight Loss

Morgan Klimchuk scored twice for Regina and Connor Gay had three assists as the Pats sent Seattle to its fourth consecutive loss with a 5-3 victory. Regina (11-9-0-0) out-shot Seattle 54-31.

1090 The Fan–11/10/2013

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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

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