Seattle earns win over Kelowna: Rockets off to Prince George

The Rockets and Thunderbirds split a pair of games in their home and home as Kelowna stays on the road, heading to PG

The Seattle Thunderbirds defeated the Kelowna Rockets 6-0 on Tuesday night at the ShoWare Centre in Kent, Washington.

The T-Birds scored twice in the first and four more times in the third period en route to the win, outshooting Kelowna 39-31 in the game.

Michael Herringer suffered the loss in net as Seattle went for 1-for-3 on the power play. Herringer stopped a penalty shot in the third period.

The loss dropped the Rockets record to 37-15-3-0 on the season.

Kelowna now heads to Prince George for a pair of weekend games against the WHL BC Division rival Cougars.

The Rockets next home action is Tuesday, Feb. 16 when they host Red Deer.

Tickets are available for the game through www.selectyourtickets.com, at the Prospera Place box office or by phone at 250-762-5050.

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