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T-Birds Trade Spencer To Swift Current

KENT, August 18, 2015 – Seattle Thunderbirds general manager Russ Farwell today announced the team has traded right wing Calvin Spencer to the Swift Current Broncos for a conditional sixth round selection in the 2017 […]



T-Birds Acquire Goalie Taz Burman From Red Deer

Seattle sends Lane Pederson to Rebels



T-Birds Announce 2015-16 Training Camp Schedule

Single game tickets go on sale Wednesday, August 26


(Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Thunderbirds Center Mathew Barzal Wants To Win

Barzal was selected with the 16th overall selection in the first round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Islanders on Friday.

1090 The Fan–07/02/2015


Thunderbirds Add Two Players To Roster

Successive moves Monday and Tuesday saw the team add defenseman Brandon Schuldhaus and import center Gustav Olhaver.

1090 The Fan–07/01/2015

(Photo by Brian Liesse, WHL)

Thunderbirds Sign Top Pick Elijah Brown

In 31 games at the AAA Bantam level last season, Brown contributed 41 points for his Lions team including 18 goals.


(Photography by Ernie Sapiro / CBS Seattle)

Inslee Signs Bill Involving WHL Players

Young players for the four Western Hockey League teams in Washington will be exempted from certain labor laws that would have restricted their practice, conditioning, playing time and made them subject to the minimum wage.

1090 The Fan–05/19/2015


Thunderbirds Acquire Forward From Lethbridge

With the exchange of overage players, Seattle remains set at the limit of three. In addition to Watson, the Thunderbirds are expected to return 20-year-old defensemen Jared Hauf and Jerret Smith.

1090 The Fan–05/18/2015


Seattle Takes Young Forward From Edmonton In Bantam Draft

The Thunderbirds selected Elijah Brown, a forward from Edmonton, Alberta, with their first round pick in the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft Thursday. Brown scored 18 goals and delivered 23 assists in 31 games in Bantam this season.

1090 The Fan–05/08/2015

Brian Liesse WHL

Kozun, Theodore Earn WHL Honors

The 20-year-old Kozun had the best season of his junior hockey career by posting a .915 save percentage and 2.41 goals against average in 60 games.

1090 The Fan–05/07/2015