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  • PROMOTIONS,

    & MORE!

    SEASON SCHEDULE,

    TICKET INFORMATION,

  • 2 2015-2016 FAN GUIDE www.seattlethunderbirds.com

    Gift Cards Available!Valid on admission, skate rental,Pro Shop & Caf purchase.

    Buy By Phone or Online! Call 253-850-2400 x19

    Kent Valley Hockey Assoc.s

    LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEYNo skating experience necessary.Full equipment rental available.

    Certi ed USA Hockey instructors will teach basic skills of skating, stick handling, passing and shooting.

    Practices are on Sunday afternoonsand run thru the end of March

    ENROLL TODAYSpace is limited.

    253-850-2400 x-14www.kentvalleyhockey.com

    LETS SKATE

    $50 OFFANY BIRTHDAY PARTY

    Must present coupon on or before date of party.

    Not valid with any other offer. Must present couponLimit 1 per customer. Expires 3/31/16

    Photocopies or electronic print NOT accepted. Kent Valley Ice Centre 253-850-2400

    BIRTHDAYPARTYPACKAGESStarting from

    $148.31(Plus tax)

    for up to 10 people Deluxe Package can include pizza, hot dogs, lessons and/or a Private Party room.

    6015 South 240th St Kent WA On James Street 3 minutes west of the ShoWare Center Home of the Seattle Thunderbirds

    www.familynightout.com 253-850-2400

    Buy By Phone or Online! Call 253-850-2400 x19

    Certi ed USA Hockey instructors will teach basic skills

    ONE FREE BATTING TOKENWITH PURCHASE OF A 6 TOKEN PACKAGE

    BATTING CAGESEach token = 20 pitches

    Not valid with any other offer. Must present couponLimit 1 per customer. Expires 3/31/16

    Photocopies or electronic print NOT accepted. Kent Valley Ice Centre 253-850-2400

    ICE CENTEROPEN DAILY!

    PUBLIC SESSIONSBIRTHDAY PARTIES

    STICK & PUCK (Drop in Hockey)ON THE EDGE CAFE & SPORTS BAR

    PRO SHOPBATTING CAGESMINIATURE GOLF

    Go to www.familynightout.comor call 253-850-2400 for current schedule

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    PURCHASE ONE REGULAR PUBLIC ADMISSION,

    GET ONE FREESkate Rental Extra.

    Not valid with any other offer. Must present couponLimit 1 per customer. Expires 12/31/15

    Photocopies or electronic print NOT accepted. Kent Valley Ice Centre 253-850-2400

    43% OFF MINI GOLFCHOOSE BETWEEN TWO OPTIONS:

    $9 for one round of MINI GOLF for two ($15.70 value)$18 for one round of MINI GOLF for four ($31.40 value)

    Not valid with any other offer. Must present couponLimit 1 per customer. Expires 5/31/16

    Photocopies or electronic print NOT accepted. Kent Valley Ice Centre 253-850-2400

    $40 OFFLEARN TO SKATE

    BEGINNER CLASSESNow Enrolling!

    Not valid with any other offer. Must present couponLimit 1 per customer. Expires 1/10/16

    Photocopies or electronic print NOT accepted. Kent Valley Ice Centre 253-850-2400

    LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEYMust present coupon.

    ENROLL NOW!Not valid with any other offer. Must present coupon

    Limit 1 per customer. Expires 1/10/16Photocopies or electronic print NOT accepted. Kent Valley Ice Centre 253-850-2400

    $30 OFF

    ONE FREE ADMISSION

    Fri. 10/9 Columbus Day .................. 12pm-4:30pm

    Fri. 11/6 Teacher Planning Day ...... 12pm-4:30pm

    Wed. 11/11 Veterans Day .................. 12pm-4:30pm

    Thurs. 11/26 Thanksgiving Day ........... 12pm-4:30pm

    Fri. 11/27 Drop off to Shop ............ 12pm-4:30pm

    Mon. 12/21-Fri. 12/24 Winter Break 12pm-4:30pm

    Fri. 12/25 Christmas Day ........................1pm-5pm

    Sat. 12/26 Holiday Skate ................. 11:30am-3pm

    Sun. 12/27 Holiday Skate ................... 12pm-5:00pm

    Mon. 12/28-Thur. 12/31 Winter Break 12pm-4:30pm

    Thur. 12/31 Skate the New Year In On IceNew Years Eve ................................9pm-1am

    Fri. 1/1 New Years Day Holiday Skate ...12pm-6pm

    Mon. 1/18 Martin Luther King Day ..... 12pm-4:30pm

    Wed. 1/27 School Break .................... 12pm-4:30pm

    Mon. 2/15-Fri. 2/19 Presidents Week 12pm-4:30pm

    HOLIDAY ICE SKATING SESSIONSOn Holidays whenever the Kent School district is not in class. Next Holiday Sessions are:

    LETS SKATELETS SKATEICE CENTEROPEN DAILY!

    STICK & PUCK (Drop in Hockey)ON THE EDGE CAFE & SPORTS BAR

    www.familynightout.com

    12pm-5:00pm

    12pm-4:30pm

    Thur. 12/31 Skate the New Year In On Ice ................................9pm-1am

    ...12pm-6pm

    12pm-4:30pm

    12pm-4:30pm

    12pm-4:30pm

    On Holidays whenever the Kent School district is not in class. Next Holiday Sessions are:

    (subjust to change)

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    Welcome to Kent!and to Seattle Thunderbirds hockey and a winning 2015-2016 season as the T-Birds pursue the coveted Memorial Cup!

    This is surely going to be another exciting season at ShoWare Center! Four T-Birds were selected this summer in the NHL Draft; Mathew Barzal (New York Islanders), Ryan Gropp (New York Rangers), Ethan Bear (Edmonton Oilers) and Keegan Kolesar (Columbus Blue Jackets) all top NHL prospects playing for the T-Birds this season. Third year center Scott Eansor just took part in the Team USA World Junior Championship Development Camp and will be a player to

    watch this season. The T-Birds return five defensemen this season from

    their stalwart defensive corps last season. Donovan Neuls, Nolan Volcan, Alexander True and Kaden Elder, all rookies last season, are going to be important T-Birds in their second season.

    Returning this year is the T-Birds popular 2-for-Tuesday

    promotion, where fans can enjoy 2-for-1 tickets along with $2

    concession specials!

    If youre a new visitor to ShoWare Center, you should know we are very proud of this 6 year-old state-of-the-art arena. The 6,125 seats, twenty suites, and incredible club seating

    section have unmatched hockey sightlines throughout.

    While youre in town, grab a bite at Kent Station, a contemporary, open air urban village with a variety of options for pre and post-game gatherings, but dont leave your car there during an event as they will be towed. Walk a couple blocks south of the Center to discover the charm of historic downtown Kent where even more entertainment and dining choices await you.

    Go Birds!

    Suzette CookeMayor, City of Kent

    Mayor Suzette Cooke

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    By Andy Eide,710 ESPN Seattle

    Jamal Watson is new to the Seattle Thunderbirds this season but the 20-year-old forward is no stranger to the ShoWare Center.

    Playing for the Lethbridge Hurricanes last year, Watson had a big game against the T-Birds in Kent on February 20. He had two assists and a crazy short-handed goal on a play where he raced for a loose puck in the Seattle end and somehow flipped it high in the air over Taran Kozun and into the Seattle net.

    I remember it was a set play on the PK where they flip it up in the air and I chase it down, Watson says of that goal. I remember I didnt even see where the puck went, it was a pretty outrageous goal.

    Watson may not remember seeing the puck go into the net, but he does remember the crowd at the ShoWare Center that night.

    It was unbelievable, he says of the fans. Being the opposing team, it was a little tough; there was a little more hostility than in Canada. But if theyre on your side you appreciate fans like that. They get excited and enjoy watching guys compete hard.

    That crowd will be on his side this season after Seattle picked up the 20-year-old in a trade over the summer for Corey Millette. Watson had spent his previous four seasons with the Hurricanes and now is adjusting to new team for the first time in his junior hockey career. Hes excited to be part of a strong team one that has some lofty goals.

    The intensity here is top notch, Watson says. Theres a competitive nature with this team, we have so much talent up front and on the back end. Theres competition everywhere which is awesome to see.

    Coming to Seattle is in many ways a breath

    of fresh air for Watson. He didnt see many wins in his four years

    with the Hurricanes the team didnt manage more than 2