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The Stockton Thunder have traded rookie forward J.P. Burkemper to the Toledo Walleye in exchange for cash considerations.
Thunder broadcaster Caleb Lamb takes a look at the questions surrounding possible changes to the NHL’s overtime/shootout set-up in this edition of the Broadcast Blog.
The Thunder had the lead going into the third period but Utah tied the game and would eventually win in a shootout by a 3-2 final score. The Thunder are 21-0-0-4 in games which they carry a lead into the third period (Photo by Asvitt Photography).
The Thunder have announced a new perk for being part of the three-year Thunder Loyalty Savings Program in what the team believes is yet another hockey first. Three-year Season Ticket holders get their name on the red line while one lucky fan gets their face at center ice!
Thunder Head Coach Rich Kromm talks about the team’s upcoming match-up with Utah and the return of Ryan Hayes and Jason Clark to the line-up among other things in his weekly interview.
NHL Trade Deadline Day is one of Brandon Kisker’s favorite days of the year, and this year’s deadline featured plenty of drama and intrigue! Check out five observations made about Trade Deadline Day 2014!
The Stockton Thunder were shutout for the first time all season as they fell on the road to the Bakersfield Condors 3-0 behind Laurent Brossoit’s seventh shutout. (Photo by Mark Nessia)
Only one game last week but plenty of interest and intrigue as the Thunder finally took down the Reign on home ice, had their leading point getter called up to the AHL, and saw the return of Ryan Hayes, all that in more in this week’s Weather Report (Photos by Asvitt Photography).
The Stockton Thunder said goodbye to their former rivals by holding their “SF Bulls Fan Appreciation Night” at yesterday’s game against the Ontario Reign.
Adam Brace had a goal and an assist while Parker Milner stopped 30 of 31 shots on the way to the Thunder’s first victory over the Ontario Reign on home ice this season (Photo by Asvitt Photography).