Brian Billett Makes 29 Saves in Loss to Storm
With a lack of goals for Evansville, Brian Billett did his best to keep the Thunderbolts in it, making 29 saves as the Thunderbolts eventually fell to Quad City, 4-0. The Thunderbolts return home on Friday, January 31st as they host the Birmingham Bulls for First Responders Night. First responders and up to five family and friends can get tickets for only five dollars each. For tickets, call (812)422-BOLT (2658), buy online at EvansvilleThunderbolts.com, or get tickets in person at the Ford Center Box Office.
The Thunderbolts head to Fayetteville this upcoming weekend, taking on the Marksmen on Friday and Saturday night, and Sunday afternoon at the Crown Coliseum. There will be an away game watch party, presented by Bud Light, at Bar Louie on Evansville's East Side for Sunday's game, which begins at 2:00 pm CT. You can catch all three games online on SPHL Live, and you can listen in for free on the Thunderbolts Radio Network; through EvansvilleThunderbolts.com, the Thunderbolts Official Smartphone App, or on the Thunderbolts Mixlr channel.
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