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Thunder Weekly - January 26th Edition

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Thunder Weekly - January 26th Edition

Wichita, KS (Jan 26th) - Wichita played four games last week, including the team's first midweek afternoon contest in Utah. Look back at the week that was in this edition of Thunder Weekly.


Monday, January 18th Wichita at Utah, 3-2 L (OT) -Watch highlights HERE

Friday, January 22nd Allen at Wichita, 4-3 L (OT) -Watch highlights HERE

Saturday, January 23rd Allen at Wichita, 3-1 L-Watch highlights HERE

Sunday, January 24th Wichita at Allen, 5-4 L-Watch highlights HERE

THIS WEEK'S GAMES - (All times are Central)

Wednesday, January 27th Evansville at Wichita, 7:05 p.m., online stream only at mixlr.com. Search Wichita Thunder.

Friday, January 29th Wichita at Missouri, 7:05 p.m., online stream only at mixlr.com. Search Wichita Thunder. Watch the game live at Pucks Sports Bar, located inside the Wichita Ice Center

Saturday, January 30th Wichita at Missouri, 7:05 p.m., online stream only at mixlr.com. Search Wichita Thunder. Watch the game live at Pucks Sports Bar, located inside the Wichita Ice Center

**Pre-game begins 15 minutes prior to start of all games. All games can be heard on www.wichitathunder.com or on your smart phone with the Mixlr App using the keyword Wichita Thunder**

WICHITAHOME: 5-10-2-3AWAY: 4-15-2-1OVERALL: 9-25-4-4Last 10: 1-5-3-1Streak: 0-5-3-1Rank: 4th place, Central Division, 26 points

TEAM LEADERSGoals: Landon Oslanski, Kenton Miller, Andy Huff, 9Assists: Ian Lowe, 14Points: Ian Lowe, Kenton Miller, 21+/-: Michael Neal, +1PIM: Dan Milan, 61

WEEK IN REVIEW - Wichita played four games last week with three of those coming against the Allen Americans. The Thunder lost in Utah on Monday afternoon before coming home to face the Americans on Friday night. The visitors claimed an overtime win on Friday, grabbed a 3-1 win on Saturday and then defeated the Thunder 5-4 on Sunday afternoon.

CLOSE CALLS - Wichita has played nine of its last 16 games past regulation. The Thunder are 3-4 in shootout situations and 1-4 with games being decided in the overtime period. Wichita is 7-7-4-4 in one-goal games this season.

BASH BRO - Kale Kerbashian has made an impact since coming over from Rapid City. In just nine games with the Thunder, Kerbashian has nine points (3g, 6a), including two assists this past weekend against his old team. He has 19 points in 26 games this year.

OZZY - Landon Oslanski has been a solid pick-up since being acquired in a trade with Alaska. In his past 10 games, he has scored eight points (5g, 3a). The Camrose, Alberta native is in a fifth-place tie with eight power play goals, which also leads all defensemen in that category. Through 41 games, he has 20 points (9g, 11a) on the season.

700 - Head Coach Kevin McClelland is nearing a milestone, sitting just three games back of coaching in his 700th pro game of his career. The former Stanley Cup Champion is the Thunder's all-time winningest coach, going 185-149-43. Saturday night in Missouri will be his 700th game behind the bench.

THUNDERBOLTS...Ian Lowe and Kenton Miller lead the team with 21 points...Andy Huff and Kenton Miller lead the team in goals (9)...Huff is tied for second in the ECHL in shorthanded goals (2)…Landon Oslanski is tied for third in goals scored by a dman (9) and fifth in shots by a blueliner (104)…Dan Milan leads the team with 61 penalty minutes...Wichita is second in the league in minor penalties (217)…Wichita is 7-0-1-1 when leading after two...Wichita is 4-6-1-1 when tied after one...

Individual tickets for all games are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased at the INTRUST Arena Box office, by calling 855-755-SEAT or go online at www.selectaseat.com.

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About the ECHLThe ECHL began in 1988-89 with five teams in four states and has grown into a coast-to-coast league with 28 teams in 20 states and one Canadian province for its 27th season in 2014-15. There have been 541 players who have started their career in the ECHL have gone on to play in the National Hockey League, including 29 who made their NHL debuts in the 2013-14 season. The ECHL had affiliations with 26 of the 30 NHL teams in 2013-14, marking the 17th consecutive season that the league had affiliations with at least 20 teams in the NHL. Further information on the ECHL is available on its website at ECHL.com, as well as on Twitter and Facebook.