The T-Birds won their fifth straight Sunday night by beating Spokane 6-4. The struggling power play came to life with three conversions and Alexander True scored two goals.
The T-Birds picked up their fourth straight win Saturday night in dramatic fashion. Keegan Kolesar scored a goal on a breakaway with just 16 seconds left in overtime.
Seattle was looking to add some experience on the blue line and may have done that with the acquisition of Austin Strand.
The T-Birds scored twice during a dominant third period to pick up a come-from-behind 2-1 win over the Spokane Chiefs.
The T-Birds nearly blew a three-goal lead but would hold to beat the Everett Silvertips 4-3 in a shootout. Keegan Kolesar had the lone shootout conversion and Rylan Toth made 38 saves in the win.
Seattle came from behind and scored twice in the third period to pick up a win against the Portland Winterhawks on Saturday night. Monroe’s own Luke Ormsby notched the game-winning goal and added an assist in the victory.
The T-Birds couldn’t solve Portland’s Cole Kehler which led to a couple of turnovers costing them in a 2-1 loss to the Winterhawks at the ShoWare Center.
Despite missing their top three centers, the T-Birds battled hard and managed to earn a point in the standings during a 5-4 loss in Spokane to the Chiefs. Goalie Matthew Berlin stood tall in making 47 saves.
The T-Birds opened the second half of the season with a 3-2 win over the Spokane Chiefs. Goalie Rylan Toth was the star as he stopped 41 Spokane shots as Seattle won its second straight.
With the T-Birds on their holiday break, Seattle general manager Russ Farwell talks about the season so far and what the team might look to add at the trade deadline.