T-Birds Bear Down For Victory Over AmericansEthan Bear scores twice in 3-2 win over Tri-City
T-Birds Erase Five-Goal Deficit But Fall In Overtime To Tri-CityTrue has two goals and assist in 6-5 overtime loss to Americams
Americans Take down T-Birds In Preseason GameTrue and Elder score in 3-2 loss to Tri-City
Eansor's Hat Trick Carries Seattle Over Tri-CityEansor capped a four-goal third period for Seattle (35-25-4-5) with the easiest goal of the bunch. His empty-net goal tallied his first career Western Hockey League hat trick in an eventual 7-3 victory over their U.S. division-rival in front of 6,084 at the ShoWare Center.
Under Investigation, Hockey League Seeks Labor Law ExemptionOfficials from the state's WHL teams and the league office said the Seattle Thunderbirds, Spokane Chiefs, Tri-City Americans and Everett Silvertips might have to leave or shut down if state law isn't changed to consider amateur athletes non-employees
Theodore Leads Seattle Past Tri-City, 4-2 SundayTheodore now has five points in two games since joining the T-Birds Thursday, tying him with Thomas Hickey for second place on the Thunderbirds all-time defensive scoring list with 177 points.
Neuls' Return To Ice Friday, Lifts T-BirdsNeuls scored a goal in the second period and provided the game-winning score in the shootout as Seattle defeated Tri-City 3-2 at the ShoWare Center.
Rookies Lead Thunderbirds To Sixth Consecutive WinRookies Donovan Neuls and Nolan Volcan provided the goals and goaltender Taran Kozun posted 24 saves to lift the Thunderbirds to their sixth consecutive win Friday.
Early Goals Help Thunderbirds Cruise Past AmericansFriday's victory came on the heels of a dominant 4-1 win over Spokane Sunday when the team opened a 2-0 lead. Suddenly, Seattle (12-12-2-2) has won three of its last four after losing five of six.
Thunderbirds 2014-15 Pre-Season Schedule AnnouncedThe Seattle Thunderbirds will play seven exhibition games prior to the start of the 2014-2015 regular season.
Maxwell's Late Goal Helps Seattle Hold Off Tri-CityShea Theodore had three assists and Mathew Barzal provided two to lead the Thunderbirds' scorers on a night the team won their eighth consecutive home game and earned their first season series win over Tri-City since the 2004-05 campaign.
Seattle Enters Break With 5-2 Win Over Tri-CitySeattle (21-10-1-3) got off to a fast start thanks to Delnov. The 19-year-old Russian scored after he corralled a loose puck in the slot at 5:06 in the first period. He then assisted on Ryan Gropp's goal which gave the T-Birds a 2-0 lead with just over seven minutes to play in the period.