Keegan Kolesar

Seattle forwards Ryan Gropp (12) and Justin Hickman (9) battle for a loose puck in front of Kamloops goalie Connor Ingram. The Blazers got a late overtime goal to earn the 5-4 win. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Bounces Go Blazers Way As Seattle Drops Fourth Straight

The Thunderbirds concluded a trying run of four games in five nights with their fourth consecutive loss, a 5-4 overtime defeat at the hands of Kamloops.

1090 The Fan–10/19/2014

Thunderbirds forwards Donovan Neuls (19) and Nolan Volcan (26) battle with a Prince George player over the puck Friday night. Seattle lost 3-1 at the ShoWare Center. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

T-Birds Squander Scoring Chances, Fall To Prince George

In their last three losses, Seattle (4-5-0-1) has surrendered 117 shots on goal, a byproduct of its issues on defense. With Ethan Bear hurt, Evan Wardley suspended and Shea Theodore still with the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks, the T-Birds are currently relying on younger players.

1090 The Fan–10/18/2014

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

Kolesar Returns To The Lineup

Kolesar, 16, who had played in all 26 previous games, did not register a point in the 6-3 win over Victoria. The right wing who will play for Team West at the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge beginning in late December, has one goal and three assists this year for Seattle.

1090 The Fan–12/01/2013

Mathew Barzal (photo credit: Seattle Thunderbirds)

Barzal, Kolesar Among Five T-Birds Named To U-17 Rosters

Forwards Mathew Barzal and Keegan Kolesar join defenseman Ethan Bear, all currently on the T-Birds roster, as selections for the week-long tournament held in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia from December 29-January 4th, 2014.

1090 The Fan–11/16/2013

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T-Birds Utilize Power Play To Defeat Giants

In their shootout loss to Tri-City on Friday, the Thunderbirds finished 0-for-5 on the power play. Against the Giants, Saturday, the team wasted no time getting that fixed, scoring on its first two chances to take a 3-1 lead after the first period.

1090 The Fan–10/27/2013

Riley Sheen (photo credit: Seattle Thunderbirds)

Riley Sheen Playing Well In Two-Way Role For Seattle

Seattle forward Riley Sheen relishes being an all-around hockey player. Over 12 games now this season, Sheen has eight points (three goals and five assists) while being instrumental as a penalty killer.

1090 The Fan–10/20/2013

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