The Stockton Thunder, owned by the Calgary Flames, will host an “End of the Year Equipment Sale” on April 21, 22 and 23 with game used and new items available for purchase to collectors and hockey players alike.
Meth tees off with Group 18 on Friday, April 10 at 11:03 am .
To make the cut after the second round and advance to the third and fourth rounds on Saturday and Sunday, Meth will need to finish in the top 50 plus ties or within 10 shots of the lead.
Former Thunder forward Bryan Lerg becomes the 12th player to play for the Thunder and debut in the NHL with the San Jose Sharks
Thursday, April 2 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Klein Family Field at University of the Pacific
Bark in the Ballpark & United We Stand Day
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Don’t miss a minute of the hard-hitting Stockton Thunder action at the Stockton Arena along with one of the most passionate, loyal fan bases in minor league hockey. Let's go Thunder, let's go!
The Ports will be holding daily promotions leading up to Opening Day
The promotion will begin on Tuesday, March 17th and will go through Wednesday, April 15th. Splash and the Ports Front Office are scheduled to appear at locations within San Joaquin County to distribute tickets to lucky fans, in addition to holding social media promotions.
The American Hockey League team in Stockton will be known as the Stockton Heat and will begin play in Stockton in Fall 2015
The Stockton AHL franchise, owned by the Calgary Flames, announce that the team will be known as the Stockton Heat beginning Fall 2015. The announcement was made Wednesday night at the University Plaza Waterfront Hotel during the first intermission of the Stockton Thunder watch party.
Sunday March 29 2015 – 4:00 p.m.
The Stockton Thunder manage two beautiful goals from Adam Phillips and Klarc Wilson respectively, but cannot take advantage of their power-play chances as the Idaho Steelheads earn the win over the Thunder 6-2 Saturday night at CenturyLink Arena.
The goalie out of the University of Regina made a number of big saves to keep the Thunder in the game but a controversial goal in the third period led the Steelheads over the Thunder 6-2