Jackson Truchan’s goal in the first period of last night’s game, gave him his 18th point of the playoffs, which tied the franchise record for most points by an American-both player in a playoff season.
Ethan Novello’s 2nd goal of the season at the 16:25 mark of the third period last night made the score 4-1 for the T-Birds. Novello, who scored his 2nd goal of the season last night, finished the night with a goal and an assist, good for his first career multi-point game.
Prior to last night’s game against Kirkland Lake, the Soo Thunderbirds hockey club honoured their graduating players, including forwards Alfred Rotiroti, Russell Oldham, Cole Delarosbil and Colby Arbour. (Video credit to Matt Stefano)
By Matt Stefano After blanking the Blind River Beavers by a score of 7-0 last Saturday in their season opening game in Blind River, the Soo Thunderbirds were on John Rhodes ice on Friday night for their home opener against the very same team. Despite outshooting the Beavers 38-22 overall on Friday night, the Thunderbirds […]
By Matt Stefano After getting a taste of NOJHL action for the first time since February 29th on Friday night at the John Rhodes, the Soo Thunderbirds were right back in action on Saturday night for the second game on their preseason schedule as they were in Blind River to take on the Blind River […]
By Matt Stefano He played between the pipes last season in Sweden, but now he’s coming to the Soo to play in net for the Birds. The Soo Thunderbirds have announced today that they have signed 2000 birth year goaltender Scott Young. Young, who stands 6’5 and weighs 180 pounds, suited up for a pair […]
By Matt Stefano He played the past two seasons in high school hockey with the Korah Colts, and now he’s switching over from a Colt to a Bird! The Soo Thunderbirds have announced today that they have signed 2003 birth year defenceman Kaden Dundas. Dundas, who stands 5’11 and weighs 170 pounds, began playing high […]
By Matt Stefano Welcome to week No. 2 of Thunderbirds Throwback Thursday! In these Throwback Thursdays, we always take the time to reflect on past Soo Thunderbirds top scorers. In last week’s edition, we went all the way back to the Thunderbirds inaugural season (1999-2000), when they were led in scoring by Patrick Jarrett. But […]
By Matt Stefano With the 2020 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection officially in the books, we’ve decided to take this time to look back at a past Soo Thunderbird blueliner, who spent one season with his hometown Thunderbirds, before going on to have a four-year career in the Ontario Hockey League. In today’s first edition […]
By Matt Stefano The regular season is now over! And now the road to the Centennial Cup officially begins! After hitting the 30-win plateau for the thirteenth consecutive season and finishing in third place in the West Division with 67 points, the Soo Thunderbirds have gotten a bye into the NOJHL’s West Division semifinal series, […]