The Thunder finish the 2017-18 season with a division title, and will face Worcester in the first round of the Kelly Cup playoffs.
The Thunder are officially going to the playoffs!
After a split on the road against first place Manchester, the Thunder find themselves stuck in second place...but on the verge of punching their playoff ticket.
A 3-in-3 weekend sweep has the Thunder back in a first place tie in the North Division, and on the verge of clinching a playoff spot.
A 1-1-0-1 weekend keeps the Thunder in second place in the ECHL’s North Division.
A 2 game sweep of Manchester on the road gave the Thunder a few hours in first place in the ECHL’s North Division.
The Thunder worked quite a bit of overtime in a 4 game stretch this week, picking up 6 of 8 points.
A light schedule saw the Thunder split a two game set against Brampton.
The Thunder head south to Virginia for the week and bring home 4 out of 6 points as a souvenir.
Third period heroics turn into a pair of wins for the Thunder, keeping them in the hunt for first place in the division.
The Thunder take 5 out of 6 points in a 3 game home series against the #1 team in the ECHL, the Florida Everblades.
In their lone game of the week, the Thunder came up short in an attempt to take over first place in the ECHL’s North Division.
A 2-2 week has the Thunder within striking distance of first place at the ECHL All Star break.
The Thunder kick off 2018 with three wins in four games.
The Thunder close out 2017 with two out of three wins, and now sit in second place in the ECHL’s North Division.
A busy week saw the Thunder pick up some much needed reinforcements, and four out of eight points.
Despite a depleted roster, the Thunder managed a split of their weekend slate.
Despite losing 3 regulars to Syracuse call-ups, Adirondack would get back on track with 2 wins to start December.
The Thunder finally return home to Glens Falls!
Another strong week for the Thunder, as the long trip is in the homestretch.
With a little help from Syracuse, the Thunder would finish one shootout goal shy of a perfect 4-0 week as the long road trip continues.
The Thunder head to the Midwest and go 1-1 to start the month of November.
It was a week of third period comebacks for the Thunder, as a certain zero points turned into 3 of 4 earned in two games.
A three goal outburst in the second period powers the underdog Wings to victory.
K-Wings take Game 4, 8-5, to even the series