Royals Overthrow T-BirdsThe Victoria Royals defeated the Seattle Thunderbirds 6-1 Saturday night at accesso ShoWare Center in the team’s annual Pink The Rink Night.
TBirds Send Bishop to Victoria For Forward BargarThe Thunderbirds announced Wednesday that the team has acquired right wing Blake Bargar from the Victoria Royals in exchange for defenseman Anthony Bishop.
Kolesar Hat Trick Topples RoyalsT-Birds win 4-2 to snap Victoria 11-game win streak
T-Birds Comeback Downs RoyalsFour third period goals lead T-Birds to 4-2 win over Victoria
T-Birds Conquer RoyalsGropp-Barzal-Kolesar line combine for 3 goals and 4 assists in 4-2 win over Victoria
Royals Trump T-BirdsT-Birds open season September 25 in Vancouver
T-Birds Dismantle Royals For First Preseason WinT-Birds play Spokane Sunday at 3pm in Everett
Thunderbirds Notebook: Taran Kozun Looking AheadKozun yielded three goals in 15:49 of the first period before being pulled for backup Logan Flodell with Seattle in a 3-0 hole. He was caught out of position on the Royals' first two goals before being beat by a great pass on the third goal.
Victoria Hands "Loose" T-Birds 6-3 LossA 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.
Despite Squandering Early Lead, T-Birds Get Important Win Over Victoria To End First HalfJust as thoughts of a disastrous first-half conclusion began forming, Seattle (14-15-2-2) answered with two late goals from Donovan Neuls and Ryan Gropp to earn a 5-4 victory in front of 5,099 at the ShoWare Center.
Thunderbirds 2014-15 Pre-Season Schedule AnnouncedThe Seattle Thunderbirds will play seven exhibition games prior to the start of the 2014-2015 regular season.
Seattle Clinches Playoff SpotAt 37-17-2-3 entering Sunday's tilt with Prince George, Seattle resides in fourth place in the Western Conference with 79 points. The team trails Kelowna (96 points), Portland (89 points) and Victoria (84 points) in the conference standings while holding an 8-point lead on Spokane.