20 JULY
ICE DOGS 5
THUNDER 7
Final
21 JULY
ICE DOGS 0
THUNDER 5
Final
27 JULY
THUNDER 5
ICE DOGS 7
Final
28 JULY
THUNDER 4
BEARS 3
Final
3 AUGUST
NORTHSTARS 3
THUNDER 5
Final
4 AUGUST
NORTHSTARS 7
THUNDER 3
Final
11 AUGUST
ICE 3
THUNDER 9
Final
17 AUGUST
BEARS 1
THUNDER 5
Final
24 AUGUST
THUNDER 8
ICE 1
Final
25 AUGUST
THUNDER 7
ICE 3
Final
31 AUGUST
THUNDER 3
NORTHSTARS 2
Final
1 SEPTEMBER
BEARS 5
THUNDER 2
Final
HOME ABOUT US FIXTURES TICKETS NEWS SHOP SPONSORS TEAM CONTACT
Select seasons >>>
GET NEWS FROM: TO:
  There are no stories within the above selected date range.

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A STORY
 
Breault to Coach Thunder
Monday, February 10, 2020 - Submitted by Thunder Staff

The CD Dodd Perth Thunder are pleased to announce the appointment of Ben Breault as the club’s new Head Coach, following the resignation of Dave Ruck.

Breault has spent the past two years both establishing the Perth Thunder Ice Hockey Academy and coaching the Perth Sharks of the AJIHL, which General Manager Stan Scott said made him the obvious choice as Head Coach when the position became available.

“Ben is not only a high-caliber player, but a seasoned professional, an astute thinker of the game and someone who has grown in to his coaching roles in junior hockey and at the academy,” Scott said. “Appointing Ben as Head Coach was a logical step for the club.”

31-year-old Breault is the all-time leading scorer for the Thunder, with 193 points in 110 games for the club across four seasons, and he will make the transition to coaching in 2020, as well as being the club’s fifth import player.

“I’m just extremely humbled and thankful to be given the chance to coach the Thunder,” Breault said. “It is a new chapter of my career and I am excited to start with a group of players that I already know very well.”

Breault spoke highly of outgoing Head Coach Dave Ruck, who announced his resignation last week.

“I’d like to thank Rucky for what he has brought to the team over the last three years” Breault said. “I have big shoes to fill.”

 
VIDEOS
June 23, 2018
PERTH THUNDER @ NEWCAS
2:52:22
June 10, 2018
PERTH THUNDER @ NEWCAS
3:4:04
April 29, 2018
PERTH THUNDER @ MELBOU
2:15:40
STANDINGS
TEAM GP W L OW OL TP
Brave 20 16 3 0 1 49
Northstars 20 15 3 0 2 47
Bears 20 10 8 2 0 34
Mustangs 20 9 10 0 1 28
Ice 20 3 15 2 0 13
Ice Dogs 20 3 17 0 0 9
SCORING LEADERS GOALIE LEADERS
PLAYER GP G A PTS
C Kubara 18 25 27 52
W Darge 17 17 33 50
M Valery-Trabucco 15 20 26 46
f Drolet 19 18 27 45
S Timmins 16 23 18 41
D Berno 20 23 17 40
T Landa 18 16 22 38
A Camenzind 15 14 24 38
SCORING LEADERS GOALIE LEADERS
GOALIE GP W GAA SV%
A Tetreault 14 11 2.74 .893
C Smart 6 3 2.95 .902
J Downie 12 9 3.77 .883
A Toivonen 5 4 3.85 .868
G Forbes-White 15 10 4.19 .851
M Breedveld 4 0 4.31 .853
S Woodlands 16 8 4.39 .873
E Spelde 5 3 4.62 .819
JOIN THE CONVERSATION
 
HEADLINES
Thunder Tryouts Imminent
Breault to Coach Thunder
Coach Ruck Steps Aside
Thunder to Raise Funds for Bushfire R..
Thunder Fall Short in Final
Thunder Progress to Goodall Cup Final
Semi-Final Preview
Thunder Watch Party Details
Thunder 7 - Ice 3
Thunder 8 - Ice 1
POLL
What’re you most looking forward to in season 2020?
  60-minute games!
  More three-on-three overtime!
  What our imports can bring.
  A Perth Thunder Championship.
VIEW RESULTS