In a game of bad luck bounces and seemingly endless saves from Havoc goaltender Hunter Vorva, the Thunderbolts heavily outshot the Havoc, yet fell short in a 5-1 loss to Huntsville at Ford Center on Thursday night.
After winning Saturday’s game by a 7-3 score, tough starts to the first two periods would cost Evansville the win on Sunday, losing to the Rivermen 6-2.
In one of the best possible ways to start the New Year, the Thunderbolts dominated the Peoria Rivermen in the biggest ever win over Peoria in franchise history, 7-3 the final score.
Despite a strong start and an early 1-0 lead, the Rivermen would come back to defeat the Thunderbolts 4-1 in the first of three games in three nights between the Thunderbolts and Peoria.
After falling behind by a pair of early goals, the Thunderbolts battled well through the rest of the contest from behind, but ultimately fell just short, losing to the Huntsville Havoc by a 3-1 score on Saturday night at Ford Center.
It was a big night for Scott Kirton, scoring two goals and adding an assist as the Thunderbolts complete a perfect 2-0 weekend with a 4-1 win over Birmingham on Saturday night at Ford Center.
After a tough loss on Friday night, the Thunderbolts responded with a very strong effort, led by goaltender Kai Edmonds, as the Thunderbolts defeated Roanoke 2-1, earning a split of the weekend series.
Despite an early lead and plenty of chances, the bad luck bounces would return as Evansville falls in the first of two games in two nights against Roanoke.
In front of a crowd of almost 4,000 at Ford Center on Sunday afternoon, Austin Plevy and the Thunderbolts rallied to defeat the Birmingham Bulls in overtime, 2-1.
In yet another game where the Thunderbolts just couldn’t catch a bounce, Evansville would fall in another close contest, 4-1 in Quad City.
Despite outshooting Knoxville in the game, the Thunderbolts just couldn’t get the bounces to go their way, as they lose a close game to the Ice Bears, 4-1.
The Evansville Thunderbolts are extending an invitation to the Tri-State Community to attend our home game on Sunday November 14th vs. the Birmingham Bulls.
In an excellent 60-minute effort, the Thunderbolts outworked and outshot the Peoria Rivermen, winning 3-1.
It would be almost all-Thunderbolts in this game, as Evansville dominated Vermillion County, winning by a 4-0 score.
After falling behind 2-0 in the first period, the Thunderbolts would dominate the rest of the way, coming back to defeat the Birmingham Bulls in overtime, 4-3.
Evansville, In.: It was one of those nights early in the season where the Thunderbolts just couldn’t catch a break, and after a rough first period, the Thunderbolts would hold even in play, but lose 6-1.
Evansville Thunderbolts Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Jeff Bes announced today the resigning of forward, Hayden Hulton, joining a growing list of previous signees – Austin Pevy, Brian Billett, Zane Jones, Tanner Butler and Brandon Lubin.
Evansville Thunderbolts Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Jeff Bes announced today the resigning of defenseman, Brandon Lubin, joining a growing list of previous signees – Austin Pevy, Brian Billett, Zane Jones and Tanner Butler.
Butler Returning to Thunderbolts
Evansville Thunderbolts Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Jeff Bes announced today the resigning of defenseman, Tanner Butler for the 2021-2022 season.
Evansville Thunderbolts Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Jeff Bes announced today the resigning of forward, Zane Jones for the 2021-2022 season. Jones will join previously announced signees, Austin Plevy and goaltender Brian Billett.