Game Day Hub: May 2

Portland Winterhawks at Seattle Thunderbirds

A wild three games in three days stretch comes to a close tonight in Kent, with a televised meeting against the rival Seattle Thunderbirds.


Portland Record: 9-7-3-0 (Second, U.S. Division – Third, Western Conference)

Seattle Record: 7-11-0-0 (Third, U.S. Division – Eighth, Western Conference)

Puck Drop: 5:05 p.m. PT

Venue: accesso ShoWare Center (Kent, WA)

Previous Meetings This Season:

  • Saturday, March 20: Portland (4) vs. Seattle (1)
  • Saturday, March 27: Portland (2) vs. Seattle (3)
  • Sunday, March 28: Portland (7) vs. Seattle (4)
  • Saturday, April 17: Seattle (1) vs. Portland (3)
  • Saturday, April 24: Seattle (3) vs. Portland (6)
  • Sunday, April 25: Seattle (1) vs. Portland (4)

Listen Live: Winterhawks Radio Network and on the Winterhawks App
Watch Live: WHL Live OR Portland’s CW
Game Notes: Winterhawks Game Notes



Is tonight’s game televised?


Tonight is the final meeting of the season with Seattle, thus the final game on television this season.  Grab your snacks, grab your blankets and get settled in for a 5:05 start.  Ian Furness and Andy Eide will have the call on Channel 3 / 703.  Nick Marek will remain on Winterhawks radio tonight.


So, let’s beat the T-Birds one final time?

A 6-1 season series sounds great.

The ‘Hawks have won four straight against their I-5 rival after splitting the first two games of the season.  While we wish you could’ve been with us to enjoy the games in person this season, it’s still always nice to beat them no matter the circumstances, right?


What to expect?


At this point in the season these two teams don’t like each other.  Unfortunately we know there’s no playoffs either so this is the final chance for these two sides to gather with one another.  Throw in the above fact that the season series has been a bit one-sided and usually things tend to pop off when that’s the case, so mix all of that together and we could see some serious intensity.




Jaydon Dureau – Jack O’Brien – Seth Jarvis

Simon Knak – Reece Newkirk – Robbie Fromm-Delorme

Cross Hanas – Gabe Klassen – James Stefan

Kishaun Gervais OR Kyle Chyzowski – Tyson Kozak – Mason Manek



Nick Cicek – Clay Hanus

Jonas Brondberg – Kade Nolan

Kurtis Smythe – Ryan McCleary



Dante Giannuzzi

Brock Gould


Scratches: Luca Cagnoni (inj.), Aidan Litke, Kyle Chyzowski, Jonah Bevington, Ryder Thompson, Brody Tallman, Marcus Nguyen and one of either Kishaun Gervais OR Kyle Chyzowski




Reid Schaefer – Henrik Rybinski – Keltie Jeri Leon

Jordan Gustafson – Jared Davidson – Lucas Ciona

Gabe Ludwig – Sam Popowich – Mekai Sanders

Sam Oremba – Nico Myatovic



Ryan Gottfried – Tyrel Bauer

Luke Bateman – Cade McNelly

Kevin Korchinski – Jeremy Hanzel



Jackson Berry

Scott Ratzlaff


Scratches: Payton Mount (inj.), Matthew Rempe (inj.), Conner Roulette (IIHF U18), Thomas Milic (IIHF U18)

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