Preview: Blades Welcome T-Birds For Toonie Tuesday
|Seattle Thunderbirds (12-20-4-0) at Saskatoon Blades (24-12-5-0)|
|Date | Time | Place||Tuesday, Jan. 8th | 7:00 p.m | SaskTel Centre|
|Video Stream||WHL Live|
|Radio||98 COOL FM | Pre-Game Show w/ Les Lazaruk @ 6:00pm|
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|Next Home Game||Friday, Jan. 11th vs Calgary|
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Tonight is Toonie Tuesday! Buy a ticket at the door and receive a 2nd for only $2! Also enjoy fountain pop and popcorn at the concession for only $2!
The Blades continue a 5-game home stand with their only game of the season against Reece Harsch’s former team, the Seattle Thunderbirds. Saskatoon enters with a 4-1 record in their last 5 games and will try to extend their perfect 3-0 record at home in 2019. Seattle will be making their 3rd stop on a 6-game road trip through the East Division. The T-Birds have just one win in their last 8 games, and have gone 1-1 on their road trip so far.
The last game…
Max Gerlach (24), Reece Harsch (3), Josh Paterson (13), Zach Huber (8), and Emil Malysjev (2) scored for the Blades in a 5-2 win over the Brandon Wheat Kings at SaskTel Centre on Sunday. Nolan Maier made 27 saves for the Blades earning his 21st win of the season. Seattle is coming off a 6-3 win on Sunday over the Regina Pats. Noah Philp had 2G-2A in the win and rookie netminder Roddy Ross picked up the first win of his career in goal for Seattle.
Gary Haden has 32 points in 29 games since joining the Blades and is currently on a 7-game point streak with 2 goals and 8 assists. Max Gerlach is on an 8-game point streak with 7G-3A. Rookie Kyle Crnkovic has points in 6 of his last 8 games. Captain Chase Wouters has 6 points in his last 5 games.
Download & view the full game notes: game notes at SEA Jan8