Mathew Barzal

Thunderbirds forward Cory Millette battles with Everett's Cole MacDonald during Saturday's game. Acquired at January's trade deadline from Prince Albert, the veteran Millette has been a tremendous source of offense. Through 19 games, he has nine goals and 10 assists. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Thunderbirds Notebook: Cory Millette Providing Needed Scoring

In 19 games since coming over to the Thunderbirds from Prince Albert, Millette has provided nine goals and 10 assists while filling an important veteran role in Justin Hickman’s absence.

1090 The Fan–02/22/2015

The Seattle Thunderbirds celebrate with goaltender Taran Kozun (far left) after a 7-0 shutout victory over Everett Saturday. Ryan Gropp (center) had a goal and an assist while Kozun stopped 15 shots. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Thunderbirds Demolish Everett In Dominant Shutout Win

Seattle scored four second-period goals en route to a 7-0 skinning of the first-place Silvertips in front of 5,008 at the ShoWare Center. It was the worst shutout loss for Everett since it was beaten 8-0 by Portland January 12, 2013.

1090 The Fan–02/21/2015

Thunderbirds forward Mathew Barzal skates with the puck during Sunday's loss to Victory. Barzal delivered four assists in Friday's 4-3 overtime win against Lethbridge while playing increased minutes. (Photo by Brian LIesse, WHL)

Thunderbirds Notebook: Barzal Sees Added Ice Time, Young Goalie Signed

Barzal, 17, has played in 14 games since returning to the Thunderbirds’ lineup January 23 after missing nearly 11 weeks with a fractured knee cap. After a slow start, Barzal has rounded into the form expected of him with four goals and 14 assists.

1090 The Fan–02/21/2015

Thunderbirds goaltender Taran Kozun reaches to make a save during Friday's game as teammates Scott Eansor (center) and Ethan Bear (far right) defend. Kozun made 20 saves as Seattle rallied for a 4-3 overtime win against Lethbridge. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Late Rally Lifts Seattle Over Hurricanes

Mathew Barzal assisted on all four of Seattle’s goals to lead the offense. Millette added a goal and two assists playing alongside the second-year center and Shea Theodore had a goal and an assist for the T-Birds.

1090 The Fan–02/21/2015

Thunderbirds defenseman Turner Ottenbreit (bottom) is dropped to the ice by Victoria forward Brandon Fushimi during Sunday's game. Fushimi and the Royals opened a 3-0 lead after one period in coasting to a 6-3 win over Seattle. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Victoria Hands “Loose” T-Birds 6-3 Loss

A team head coach Steve Konowalchuk described as “pretty loose” in the hours leading up to the 5 p.m. start, was trounced by Victoria (32-21-3-1) over the first 20 minutes en route to a 6-3 loss in front of 4,368 at the ShoWare Center. Not the way Seattle (29-21-3-4) wanted to begin its six-game homestand.

1090 The Fan–02/15/2015

Thunderbirds manage late goal to force overtime against Everett. This photo shows team in an early-season game with Kelowna. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Late Rally Carries Thunderbirds To Shootout Victory In Everett

Mathew Barzal tied the game 2-2 with 25 seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime with division-leading Everett. After a scoreless overtime, Donovan Neuls and Barzal provided shootout goals to give Seattle an important two points Saturday.

1090 The Fan–02/14/2015

Thunderbirds forward Ryan Gropp (left) forces a turnover in the neutral zone and blows by Rockets defender Cole Martin in the third period Tuesday. Gropp had an assist on Seattle's tying goal which enabled the team to edge Kelowna 2-1 at the ShoWare Center. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Third-Period Rally Sends Seattle Past League-Best Kelowna

Mathew Barzal had a goal and an assist to lead Seattle (28-20-3-3) which trailed 1-0 midway through the third period. Goaltender Taran Kozun saved 32 of 33 shots against the second-best offense in the Western Hockey League, a team that entered with 236 goals.

1090 The Fan–02/11/2015

Thunderbirds goaltender Taran Kozun (center) readies for a shot from a Giants forward Saturday night. Kozun stopped 38 shots in securing a 3-0 shutout win for Seattle. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Taran Kozun Shuts Out Vancouver Lifting Seattle To Fourth Consecutive Win

Kozun extended the T-Birds’ winning streak to four games with 38 saves to earn his third shutout. Mathew Barzal had a goal and an assist to lead Seattle’s offense.

1090 The Fan–02/08/2015

Thunderbirds defenseman Shea Theodore (center) became the franchise's leading scorer among defensemen with two assists in Friday's win over Portland. Theodore now has 188 career points, one better than Craig Channell, a Seattle Breaker from 1979-82. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Theodore Passes Channell On All-Time List

Shea Theodore passed former defenseman Craig Channell, a Seattle Breaker from 1979-82, with two assists in a 6-3 victory Friday night against the Portland Winterhawks.

1090 The Fan–02/07/2015

A Thunderbirds forward attempts to beat Portland goaltender Adin Hill during Friday's game at the ShoWare Center. Seattle won 6-3 against its rival. (Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Thunderbirds Prevail Despite Squandering Three-Goal Lead To Portland

Lipsbergs provided two goals and two assists in Seattle’s third consecutive win, sixth over Portland in nine games this season. And with two assists Friday, Shea Theodore became Seattle’s all-time leading scorer on defense with 188, one more than Craig Channell.

1090 The Fan–02/07/2015

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