With a strong start, the Thunderbolts built up enough of a cushion to outlast a late Quad City push, adding two empty net goals to win over the Storm, 7-4.
In a rematch following a tough loss on Friday, the Thunderbolts would get back into the win column on Saturday, with a 2-1 victory in overtime.
It was a tough night for the Thunderbolts, as despite a slight shot advantage, they would lose to the Ice Flyers, 4-0.
HUNTERSVILLE, NC (January 8, 2020) - The Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) today announced that Austin Plevy of the Evansville Thunderbolts was named the Warrior Hockey/SPHL Player of the Month for December.
On this edition of Kali's Korner, Kali Mayes takes a look at what it takes to make the Ford Center to home of the Evansville Thunderbolts, and all the other events it plays host to.
Tonight in Knoxville, both teams would battle it out to yet another overtime and shootout. Once again, it was the Ice Bears coming up victorious, winning the game 4-3.
The Thunderbolts came back twice late to tie the game and force a shootout, but this time, the Thunderbolts lost. However, they still earned a crucial standings point in the process.
With six overtime/shootout victories already this season, the Evansville Thunderbolts are the Cardiac Kids of the SPHL. Thunderbolts Insider Joe Downs takes a look at those dramatic victories, as well as their showdown with the Knoxville Ice Bears this weekend.
Evansville, Ind: The Thunderbolts have won yet another three games in the past week and have won 11 of their past 13 games. The two losses, however, came at the hands of the Knoxville Ice Bears, who the Thunderbolts will face, and seek revenge against, twice this weekend.
The Thunderbolts and Huntsville Havoc rung in the New Year by battling their way evenly through sixty minutes, and all the way to a shootout, where the Thunderbolts would again come up victorious, 3-2, in front of almost 3,700 fans.
It was a night filled with fireworks, both literally and figuratively, as the Bolts would fall short in a scrap-filled evening with the Birmingham Bulls, 6-1.
This time on Kali's Korner, Kali Mayes takes at look at some of her lighter moments of 2019.
The Thunderbolts looked to sweep the weekend series against the Storm. The Thunderbolts would get the job done in overtime, as Braden Hellems would score to give Evansville a 4-3 victory.
MOLINE, Ill. - The Evansville Thunderbolts put the snapping of the seven-game winning streak behind them, as they took a hard-fought 3-1 decision against Quad City Friday night in Moline, Illinois.
The Thunderbolts rode a seven-game win streak to Knoxville for the final game before Christmas, and the Thunderbolts rallied back from a 3-0 deficit to tie the game. However, Knoxville would emerge victorious, winning 6-3, and ending the Thunderbolts’ run
Entering the night on a franchise-best six-game win streak, the Thunderbolts trailed, but came back late in regulation, tying the game and forcing overtime, where Connor Sanvido would be the evening’s hero, as Evansville extended their run to seven in a row, winning 5-4.
Evansville, Ind: After yet another weekend sweep, this time against the Peoria Rivermen, and now riding a six-game win streak, the Thunderbolts look to keep things rolling in this weekend’s home and home series with the Knoxville Ice Bears.
On this episode of Kali's Korner, Evansville Thunderbolts correspondent Kali Mayes takes us up close and personal to discover life behind the mask of a goalie. Bolts netminder Braeden Ostepchuk is our guide.
After tying a franchise record, winning five straight following last night’s win over Peoria, the Thunderbolts would do one better, winning in a shootout once again, by a 6-5 score, to sweep the Peoria Rivermen and win for a sixth straight time.
Four weeks ago, the Thunderbolts handed Peoria Rivermen their first victory, in a shootout, by a 4-3 score. Four weeks later, Peoria has only lost once since, and Evansville had continued to improve, winning five of their last six games, and four straight entering the evening.