Courtesy Photo/Brian Liesse/T-Birds

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T-Birds release 2019-2020 regular season schedule

Opener Sept. 21 against Kamloops Blazers

  • Monday, July 1, 2019 10:10pm
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The Seattle Thunderbirds have released their 2019-20 regular season schedule.

The T-Birds start the Western Hockey League regular season against the Kamloops Blazers on Saturday, Sept. 21, at 6:05 p.m. at accesso ShoWare Center in Kent.

The 2019-20 season has 15 home games on a Saturday, eight home games on a Friday, six Tuesday home games, four home games on a Sunday and one home game on a Wednesday. All Saturday home games this season will continue to start at 6:05 p.m. All Friday home games will start at 7:35 p.m.

All six Tuesday games will feature 2-for-1 tickets, $2 concession specials on hot dogs, popcorn, and soda and 2-for-1 beer purchases.

The first 2-for-Tuesday of the season will feature the 2019 WHL Champion Prince Albert Raiders on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 7:05 p.m. Seattle’s I-5 rivals to the south, the Portland Winterhawks will be at accesso ShoWare Center six times on a Saturday this season.

The T-Birds will take on the their I-5 rival to the north, the Everett Silvertips, 10 times this season. Three of the home games are on a Saturday and two of the home games are on a Sunday.

Seattle heads to Portland for the annual New Year’s Eve game on Tuesday, Dec. 31 at 7 p.m. The T-Birds final game of the season will be at Portland on March 22. The WHL playoffs will begin on Friday, March 27.

T-Birds single game tickets for the 2019-20 regular season will go on sale Wednesday, Aug. 21, at 10 a.m. online on the T-Birds website and at the ShoWare Center box office.

All games in 2019-20 will be broadcast on 1090 KJR and streamed live on the 1090 KJR website.

2019-20 Regular Season Schedule

September

Saturday, September 21 vs. Kamloops, 6:05pm

Friday, September 27 vs. Tri-City, 7:35pm

October

Wednesday, October 2 @ Kamloops, 7:00pm

Friday, October 4 @ Spokane, 7:05pm

Saturday, October 5 vs. Victoria, 6:05pm

Friday, October 11 vs. Kelowna, 7:35pm

Saturday, October 12 @ Everett, 7:05pm

Friday, October 18 vs. Brandon, 7:35pm

Saturday, October 19 @ Tri-City, 7:05pm

Tuesday, October 22 vs. Prince Albert, 7:05pm

Friday, October 25 @ Red Deer, 6:00pm

Saturday, October 26 @ Edmonton, 6:00pm

Monday, October 28 @ Calgary, 6:00pm

November

Friday, November 1 @ Tri-City, 7:05pm

Saturday, November 2 @ Portland, 6:00pm

Friday, November 8 vs. Kamloops, 7:35pm

Saturday, November 9 vs. Everett, 6:05pm

Saturday, November 16 vs. Portland, 6:05pm

Tuesday, November 19 vs. Winnipeg, 7:05pm

Wednesday, November 20 @ Kamloops, 7:00pm

Friday, November 22 vs. Kelowna, 7:35pm

Saturday, November 23 vs. Saskatoon, 6:05pm

Wednesday, November 27 vs. Victoria, 7:05pm

Saturday, November 30 @ Everett, 7:05pm

December

Tuesday, December 3 @ Spokane, 7:05pm

Friday, December 6 @ Victoria, 7:05pm

Saturday, December 7 @ Victoria, 7:05pm

Tuesday, December 10 vs. Spokane, 7:05pm

Friday, December 13 vs. Tri-City, 7:35pm

Saturday, December 14 vs. Spokane, 6:05pm

Sunday, December 15 @ Portland, 5:00pm

Tuesday, December 17 @ Tri-City, 7:05pm

Friday, December 27 vs. Spokane, 7:35pm

Saturday, December 28 vs. Portland, 6:05pm

Tuesday, December 31 @ Portland, 7:00pm

January

Friday, January 3 @ Lethbridge, 6:00pm

Saturday, January 4 @ Medicine Hat, 6:30pm

Sunday, January 5 @ Swift Current, 2:00pm

Friday, January 10 @ Tri-City, 7:05pm

Saturday, January 11 vs. Everett, 6:05pm

Friday, January 17 vs. Regina, 7:35pm

Saturday, January 18 @ Everett, 7:05pm

Sunday, January 19 vs. Everett, 5:05pm

Friday, January 24 @ Kelowna, 7:05pm

Saturday, January 25 vs. Portland, 6:05pm

Tuesday, January 28 vs. Tri-City, 7:05pm

February

Saturday, February 1 @ Portland, 6:00pm

Tuesday, February 4 @ Prince George, 7:00pm

Wednesday, February 5 @ Prince George, 7:00pm

Saturday, February 8 vs. Everett, 6:05pm

Sunday, February 9 vs. Prince George, 5:05pm

Friday, February 14 @ Everett, 7:35pm

Saturday, February 15 vs. Vancouver, 6:05pm

Monday, February 17 @ Vancouver, 2:00pm

Tuesday, February 18 vs. Moose Jaw, 7:05pm

Friday, February 21 @ Portland, 7:00pm

Saturday, February 22 vs. Portland, 6:05pm

Sunday, February 23 vs. Prince George, 5:05pm

Friday, February 28 @ Spokane, 7:05pm

Saturday, February 29 vs. Portland, 6:05pm

March

Friday, March 6 @ Kelowna, 7:05pm

Saturday, March 7 @ Everett, 7:05pm

Sunday, March 8 vs. Everett, 5:05pm

Friday, March 13 @ Vancouver, 7:30pm

Saturday, March 14 vs. Vancouver, 6:05pm

Tuesday, March 17 vs. Spokane, 7:05pm

Saturday, March 21 vs. Portland, 6:05pm

Sunday, March 22 @ Portland, 5:00pm


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