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Seattle Thunderbirds Hockey

109 2nd Ave S
Kent, WA 98032
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  • Description - Seattle Thunderbirds Hockey

    Our mission is to uphold the Western Hockey League mission of providing affordable family entertainment in the form of high-caliber, competitive hockey, and to develop our players and staff in a positive professional direction. By establishing the Seattle Thunderbirds in this way makes a dynamic contribution to the Greater Seattle community. The Thunderbirds are dedicated to developing the players athletic, educational, and professional talents. The Western Hockey League has 22 teams, divided into two 5-team divisions (U.S., B.C.) and two 6-team divisions (East and Central). Thunderbird players must attend high school until they graduate grade 12. Players that have graduated are encouraged to attend local community college, such as Green River Community College, or the University of Washington. All education expenses are paid by the team. Players attend Kent Meridian High School. Practice is 3 p.m. daily, so as not to interfere with school. Thunderbird players are billeted with host families interviewed and approved by the hockey club.

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    Hockey,  Sports Skills

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