DUBNetwork Feature Game of the Night: October 4, 2019 Seattle Thunderbirds 1-2-0-0 @ Spokane Chiefs 1-1-1-0 7:05PM (PDT) In a U.S. division match up, the Seattle Thunderbirds travel to Spokane to visit the Chiefs. Both teams are coming off a loss the last time they hit the ice. Seattle was […]
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The message was clear for the Blazers in their second meeting with goaltender Roddy Ross and the Thunderbirds — get in the blue paint. After stymieing the Blazers with 50 saves on 51 shots in the first head-to-head match up, the Blazers knew they had to make life difficult for […]
After back-to-back wins on home ice, the Blazers are gearing up for two games against U.S Division opponents to complete a four-game homestand at the Sandman Centre. Not only did the Blazers return closer to .500 after two consecutive wins, but they also gained ground on their B.C Division opponents […]
Tri-City Americans (1-1-0-0) forward Sasha Mutala opened the scoring against the Seattle Thunderbirds (1-0-0-0) midway through the first period on a power-play goal. The man advantage came after a scrap between Cade McNelly and Landon Roberts where McNelly received two minutes for instigating. Seattle’s slow start proved to be their […]
The Prince Albert Raiders have acquired forward Brayden Watts from the Vancouver Giants in exchange for a fifth-round pick in the 2021 WHL Bantam Draft.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Brook off to Laval, Ostir retires from WHL, WHL hands out weekly awards and more
Hayden Ostir (195 GP, 29 G, 41 A with the Spokane Chiefs and Medicine Hat Tigers) has decided to retire from the WHL to focus on his education.
Daily Dose of the Dub: WHL hands out suspensions, Lindgren recalled to Blazers, injury updates and more
Brandon Wheat Kings forward Ridley Greig has been handed an indefinite suspension for a check to the head of Winnipeg ICE defenseman Chase Hartje on Friday night.
KENT, WASHINGTON It was during the second period of play where sophomore goaltender Roddy Ross made possibly an early candidate for save of the year. Kamloops Blazers rookie defenseman Mats Lindgren got the puck near the left hash mark and had what looked to be a wide-open cage to deposit […]
With the season upon us, it’s time for my annual tour around the league. I’m going to pick out one subject for each team and say what it is that I’m looking for and why it’s important. At the end of the year I’ll look back and see what the […]
2019-2020 WHL Season Previews: Seattle Thunderbirds 2018-2019 Season (31-29-6-2): The Thunderbirds’ 2018-2019 season was very much a tale of two very different seasons. The club was entering their second season removed from a Western Hockey League Championship, and was very much in a year of transition. Seattle got out of […]