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Thunder turns back Brampton 3-2

Thankfully, Jesse Dudas’ song choice was in no danger of losing its appeal, because he’s probably been sitting on it for a while.

Jeffrey Lutz’s CHL report

The Thunder is well-represented among the Central Hockey League leading scorers and goaltenders — for those who have a good memory.

Third-period mistakes sink Thunder in 4-2 loss to Rush

The Thunder is making more mistakes this season than in recent years, and that makes the mistakes more magnified.

Thunder newcomers still have faith in team’s foundation

Many players came to the Thunder hoping to latch on to the latest championship chase and instead find themselves struggling to maintain early relevance in a top-heavy league.

Thunder looks for positives in overtime loss

It was going to happen anyway, now the Thunder has even more incentive.

Thunder controls game early, but self-destucts late

As long as there are unemployed or available professional hockey players roaming the earth, the Thunder refuses to accept its early-season fate.

With losing streak over, Thunder ready to change focus

The Thunder relieved many of its frustrations with a 6-1 win at Tulsa on Tuesday, now it’s time to look at the big picture.

Thunder ends losing streak with six-goal outburst

The Thunder scored four goals in the game’s first 25 minutes and rolled to a 6-1 win over the Oilers on Tuesday night in Tulsa, ending an eight-game losing streak.

Mavericks shut out Wichita Thunder 3-0

There was the Wichita Thunder’s Jon Booras, streaking down the ice with the puck, only air and opportunity between him and Missouri goalie Shane Owen.

Thunder’s McClelland searching for solutions to slow start

Ten games into the season, Thunder coach Kevin McClelland might feel as if he’s tried almost everything.

Oilers shut out Thunder 4-0

The Tulsa Oilers shut out the Wichita Thunder 4-0 on Wednesday night in the first meeting this season between the longtime hockey rivals.

Jeffrey Lutz’s CHL report (Nov. 6)

The group of Thunder players currently injured could almost form their own team. It would probably be better that way, because what hurts the most is not being able to play hockey.

Early-season struggles continue for Wichita Thunder

The reasons for the Thunder’s early-season difficulties probably go beyond its ability, as forward Matt Robinson says, to “figure it out.” But there also might not be any reason for the players to make it more complex than that.

Thunder overcome by Chill in overtime

The Wichita Thunder lost in its first game against the St. Charles Chill, 2-1 in overtime on Saturday in St. Charles, Mo.

Thunder attack fails to click in 3-2 loss to Brampton

At times during a 3-2 loss Friday night to Brampton, it appeared the Thunder newcomers had been playing together and with Wichita’s veterans for years, specifically on perfect-timing passes that led to a pair of goals.

Thunder tries to make most of being sent players by NHL clubs

Jason Wilson could have technically been sent just about anywhere by the New York Rangers, the hockey team that drafted him in the fifth round in 2010, but ended up in Wichita mostly out of convenience.

Denver defeats Thunder 6-5 in overtime

The Thunder scored four goals in the second period Saturday night, scored a game-tying goal with 1:46 left in the third … and lost 6-5 in overtime to the Cutthroats on Saturday night in Denver.

Thunder lets lead slip away in third period

Denver scored the game’s final three goals and beat the Wichita Thunder 6-4 on Friday night in Denver.

Thunder picks up shootout win on road

Jake Hendrickson scored in the seventh round of a shootout to lift the Wichita Thunder to a 4-3 win over the Allen Americans on Sunday in Allen, Texas, for the Thunder’s first win of the season.

Allen defeats Thunder in shootout

Friday night’s loss may have hinted at the need for changes. Saturday’s defeat confirmed it.

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