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The Thunder saved its season with a 4-3 win over Fort Wayne on Saturday night. The Thunder rallied from an early deficit, and Thomas Beauregard scored with 6:20 to go to give Wichita the lead before it held on in the final 36 seconds. Wichita still
The victory came on the heels of the Comets' win Thursday night in Wichita...A goal by the Wings' Bryan Perez early in the second quarter tied the score, but Missouri scored twice in the next five minutes and took a 6-2 lead into halftime. The Comets'
Gale scored the game's first goal and the final two, leading the Thunder to a 5-3 victory at Dayton, Ohio, on Friday night. Gale's first goal came shorthanded midway through the first period. Jesse Bennefield scored 92 seconds later to put Wichita up
Gelinas withstood four Mallards power plays, including two in the third period...Gale scored a first-period goal on a rebound after Matt Robinson stripped the puck and fired from the left circle. Wichita protected the one-goal advantage until Troy
The Wichita Eagle The Wichita Thunder continues a grueling portion of its schedule tonight when Central Hockey League power Colorado visits Intrust Bank Arena. After the current home-and-home with Colorado, which began Friday night with Wichita's
The Wichita Eagle At the mention of the Allen Americans, tonight's opponent, Wichita Thunder coach Kevin McClelland let out an exaggerated "whew."...Allen is 4-0 and among the top three in the Central Hockey League in scoring (5.25 goals per game). "