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Sunday, October 20, 2019

Wichita Thunder

Wichita Thunder 2019-20 Season Preview

WICHITA, Kan. - For first-year head coach Bruce Ramsay and the Wichita Thunder, the roster shapes up to be a youth-oriented team.

Kansas City Mavericks vs. Wichita Thunder Game Preview – 1/18/19

WICHITA, Kan. - The Wichita Thunder return to action after a five-day layoff, looking to snap an eight-game winless streak.

Getaway Day, Coaching Themes, Mountain Division Update and More

It is getaway day for the Allen Americans as they will head to Wichita after practice for a game on Friday night

Thunder Offense Outweighs Defense in 5-2 Win Over Utah

WICHITA, Kan. - For the first time in five games, the Wichita Thunder defense held an opponent to less than three goals. In fact, Wichita finally found reliable offense and solid goalkeeping long enough to secure a win over Mountain Division opponent Utah, 5-2.

Wichita Offense Stalls Too Early in Loss to Tulsa

WICHITA, Kan. - It was a red light special in Wichita on Saturday night as the two teams combined for seven goals in the first period alone.

Comeback Falls Seconds Short as Wichita Falls to Kansas City

Despite a late goal by Stefan Fournier, Joey Sides two first period goals proved enough for Kansas City, who defeated the Thunder 3-2.

Skinner, Kalk Lead Thunder to 4-0 Shutout Win

WICHITA, Kan. - For a crowd of over 10,000, Stuart Skinner played his best game in months and Wichita received offense from some familiar faces in a 4-0 shutout win over Allen.

Thunder Pulls Away from Kansas City in Final Home Game Before Christmas

WICHITA, Kan. - Tuesday night's contest between the Kansas City Mavericks and Wichita Thunder was the only game in the ECHL, and the final home...

MacMillan scores two in crucial Thunder win

RAPID CITY, S.D. - For the second straight night, the Rapid City Rush gave all they had to the Wichita Thunder. This time however, it was Wichita who went home happy thanks to two goals from Mark MacMillan.

Wichita Gets Back to .500 With Balanced Effort Against Rush

After a mid-November swoon put them below .500, the Wichita Thunder finally broke back to dead even on the season.