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T-Birds Will Have 8 Games Broadcast on JOEtv in April and May

JOEtv can be seen on Channel 22/Cable 110

KENT, April 1, 2021 — The Seattle Thunderbirds are pleased to announce eight games in April and May of the 2020-21 regular season will be broadcast on JOEtv (KZJO).

The eight games broadcast on JOEtv Channel 22/Cable 110 are presented by Beacon Plumbing and will consist of four games against the Portland Winterhawks, three games against the Spokane Chiefs, and one game against the Everett Silvertips.

The first game on the April broadcast schedule is Sunday, April 4, at 5pm against the Chiefs in Spokane.

The T-Birds announced their 2020-21 schedule on Wednesday, February 24. The schedule for this season consists of 24 games against the U.S. Division. Due to Covid-19 protocols fans will not be allowed at games and the JOEtv broadcasts will provide a great opportunity for fans to see T-Birds games.

Ian Furness
Veteran WHL play-by-play voice Ian Furness will have the call for the broadcasts of the games against the Winterhawks, Silvertips and the game against the Chiefs at accesso ShoWare Center.

Veteran WHL play-by-play voice Ian Furness will have the call for the broadcasts of the games against the Winterhawks, Silvertips and the game against the Chiefs at accesso ShoWare Center. Rob Jesselson will have the call for the broadcasts of the games in Spokane.

JOEtv April and May Broadcast Schedule
Sunday, April 4, Seattle at Spokane, 5pm
Friday, April 9, Seattle vs. Everett, 5pm
Saturday, April 17, Seattle at Portland, 5pm
Saturday, April 24, Seattle at Portland, 5pm
Sunday, April 25, Seattle at Portland, 5pm
Saturday, May 1, Seattle at Spokane, 5pm
Sunday, May 2, Seattle vs. Portland, 5pm
Sunday, May 9, Seattle vs. Spokane, 5pm

The T-Birds had four games in March broadcast on JOEtv.

JOEtv March Broadcast Schedule
Saturday, March 20, Seattle vs. Portland
Friday, March 26, Seattle at Spokane
Saturday, March 27, Seattle vs. Portland
Sunday, March 28, Seattle vs. Portland

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