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Perth Thunder

  • Year of foundation: 2010
  • Colours: white, blue, red
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Perth I.H.C.
    P.O. Box 344
    Tuart Hill WA 6939
  • Phone: +61 0409 984 041
  • Email: ric@perththunder.com.au
  • WWW: Perth Thunder
 

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All time leagues: AIHL

 

Season 2018-2019

Club teams

This club in 2018-2019: AIHL

 
Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Aug. 25 19Melbourne Ice - Perth Thunder3-7
Aug. 31 19Perth Thunder - Newcastle Northstars3-2
Sep. 01 19Sydney Bears - Perth Thunder5-2
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
1GEvan Bowater06.11.1983179 cm101 kgleft
GRhys Pelliccione12.04.2001- cm- kgN/A
31GNico Viksten29.03.1997185 cm76 kgleft
GNicholas Windle24.09.1976185 cm88 kgleft
3DRobert Haselhurst27.09.1992172 cm68 kgright
8DDavid Kudla21.10.1990177 cm80 kgright
19DJason McMahon23.08.1993177 cm72 kgleft
25DAlastair Punler12.02.1996190 cm90 kgright
27DJamie Woodman (C)31.08.1994188 cm81 kgright
FCorey Boutin??.??.????170 cm75 kgN/A
36CBenjamin Breault21.02.1988179 cm80 kgleft
24FAndrew Cox06.09.1990180 cm70 kgright
RWJake Gilmour19.08.1996193 cm93 kgright
20FSean Hamilton27.10.1981178 cm86 kgleft
17FLiam Jeffries03.02.1990182 cm75 kgN/A
23FJordan Kyros24.02.1992178 cm73 kgright
FYannic Lodge02.03.2000- cm- kgleft
15FLynden Lodge10.12.1997175 cm65 kgright
11RWLouick Marcotte07.01.1994183 cm80 kgright
7FJaymie McDonnell??.??.????- cm- kgN/A
32FJakob Ruck02.03.1998177 cm68 kgleft
21FTomek Sak26.06.1995- cm- kgN/A
14FShaun Tobin27.10.1994170 cm65 kgright
44CKeven Veilleux27.06.1989195 cm99 kgright
12FKieren Webster12.07.1997180 cm85 kgright

* no longer in the club

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AIHL announces awards

After the end of the regular season, dominated by Canberra Brave, before the semi-finals that will be played Saturday, September 1st, AIHL announced the awards of the season. Surprisingly the Brave won just one award with forward Wehebe Darge named Local Player of the Year. Perth Thunder and Sydney Bears, finished 3rd and 2nd respectively, take all the other prizes:

AIHL Awards:

- Goaltender of the Year: Anthony Kimlin (Sydney Bears)
- Defenceman of the Year: Landon Oslanski (Perth Thunder)
- Most Valuable Player: Pier-Olivier Grandmaison (Perth Thunder)
- Rookie of the Year: Jason McMahon (Perth Thunder)
- Coach of the Year: Ron Kuprowsky (Sydney Bears)
- Skaters Network Local Player of the Year: Wehebe Darge (CBR Brave)

In the semifinals, played in Melbourne, Canberra Braves will face Melbourne Mustangs and Sydney Bears will battle against Perth Thunder for the spots in the grand final, Sunday 2nd of September

(29 Aug 2018)
 

Perth Thunder named new coach

Perth Thunder announced the appointment of former player David Ruck as new coach after the resignation of Dave Kenway who stepped down from the position due to family commitments and will remain in the club as Director of Hockey. Ruck, 47, retired from active hockey after 2014-15 season, coached junior team Perth Sharks

(16 Nov 2016)
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Perth Thunder participates in season 2018-2019: AIHL

 
 
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