Prince George Cougars
In all, the game featured 30 assessed infractions, 102 combined penalty minutes and 13 power plays.
With the playoffs inching closer, the doubleheader presented a good opportunity for Seattle (25-19-3-3) to pick up four points and build some confidence offensively.
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.
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.
For Bear, 16, it not only gave Seattle a two-score lead, it was the first of his young Western Hockey League career.
Shea Theodore had two goals and an assist and Alexander Delnov had three assists Tuesday night to lead the Seattle Thunderbirds to a 6-1 victory over the Prince George Cougars.