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  • Path to the Draft: NHL draft highlights

    Watch all of the NHL draft highlights here in the Path to the Draft, including the moments the four Tri-City Americans were selected. Brought to you by Russ Dean RV and Hockey Source.

  • Tri-City Americans vs. Seattle Thunderbirds Game 2/24/17

    Watch the Tri-City Americans play the Seattle Thunderbirds here!
  • Tri-City Americans Power Play @ 7:00

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  • Two Americans players and two best friends

    TRI-CITIES, WA - It's no secret that the Americans have two of hockey's biggest and brightest prospects with Michael Rasmussen and Juuso Valimaki. But what you might not know is that they have a very unique friendship. "Well at first, for a shy Finnish guy to come up here and play hockey, it was a little bit weird to have a roommate and some guy that actually talked to you and spend time with," said Juuso Valimaki, Americans Defenseman. "But after days and after weeks...
  • Tri-City Americans Power Play @ 7:30 9/21

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  • Americans Top Prince George 5-2

    The Tri-City Americans (3-1-1-0, 7 pts) fell behind early to the Prince George Cougars (1-3-0-0, 2 pts), but took the lead in the second period and never looked back, earning a 5-2 win in front of 2,409 at the CN Centre on Friday Night.
  • Americans Start Road Trip with 4-3 Win over Kamloops

    The Tri-City Americans (2-1-1-0, 4 pts) never led against the Kamloops Blazers (0-5-0-0, 0 pts) until the third period, as Beau McCue’s third period tally was the difference as the Americans won 4-3 in front of 3,195 at the Sandman Centre on Wednesday night.
  • Americans Need Overtime to get Past Thunderbirds, 6-5

    The Tri-City Americans started the game with five goals, followed by the Seattle Thunderbirds (1-1-1-0, 3 pts) scoring five goals to even the score. Parker Wotherspoon netted the game winning goal in overtime to give the Americans a 6-5 win in front of 3,011 at the Toyota Center on Sunday night.
  • Americans Name McCue Team Captain for 2015-16 WHL Season

    Tri-City Americans’ Governor/General Manager Bob Tory announced Friday that 20-year-old forward Beau McCue has been named Team Captain, along with teammates Brandon Carlo, Parker Wotherspoon, Parker Bowles and Taylor Vickerman named assistant captains for the upcoming 2015-16 season.
  • Americans Trade Ty Comrie to Vancouver for Bantam Draft Pick

    The Tri-City Americans have traded forward Ty Comrie to the Vancouver Giants for a conditional third round draft pick in next year's WHL Bantam Draft.
  • Americans Fall to Red Deer 5-3 in Pre-Season Tournament

    A three goal third period for the Red Deer Rebels was the difference, as the Tri-City Americans (1-2-1-1) fell 5-3 in the final game of Day three of the Red Lion Hotels Pre-Season Tournament.
  • Americans Fall to Kootenay Ice in Shoot-out

    The Tri-City Americans (1-1-1-1, 4 pts) took a lead in the first period, but the Kootenay Ice (1-0-0-0, 2 pts) tied the game in the third period and eventually won the game in a shootout, 2-1, to end day two of the Red Lion Hotels Pre-Season Tournament at the Toyota Center.
  • Americans Fall to Victoria 5-1 in Everett Tourney Finale

    The Tri-City Americans (1-1-1-0, 3 pts) ended the Everett Preseason Tournament on a low note, falling to the Victoria Royals (1-2-0-0, 2 pts) 5-1 at Xfinity Arena on Sunday.
  • Americans Pick Up 2-0 Win over Seattle in Pre-Season Tournament

    The Tri-City Americans (1-0-0-0, 2 pts) battled with the Seattle Thunderbirds (0-1-0-0, 0 pts) in each team’s preseason opener, but Vladislav Lukin’s shorthanded goal late in the third was the difference, as the Americans earned a 2-0 win at Xfinity Arena.
  • Americans Sign Two More Prospects

    Tri-City Americans Governor/General Manager Bob Tory announced Friday that the team has signed defensemen Dakota Krebs and Landon Fuller to standard WHL Players Agreements.
  • Tri-City Americans Sign Draft Picks Bafaro & Olson

    Tri-City Americans Governor/General Manager Bob Tory announced Thursday that the team has signed 2015 Bantam Draft Picks Seth Bafaro and Kyle Olson to standard WHL Players Agreements.
  • Five Americans Headed to NHL Camps

    NHL Rookie Camps are quickly approaching, and five Tri-City Americans’ players will be attending NHL camps this season.   
  • Tri-City Americans Unveil New Jerseys for 2015-16 WHL Season

    The Tri-City Americans are unveiling new home & away jerseys for the upcoming 2015-16 season. It is the first change to the primary sweaters since the 2009-10 season.
  • Americans' Goalie Sarthou Named to Roster for All-American Prospects Game

    Tri-City Americans goaltender Evan Sarthou has been named to the CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game, as announced by USA Hockey on Wednesday.
  • Former Ams Captain Hamonic Signs with AHL's San Antonio Rampage

    Tri-City Americans 2014-15 Captain Justin Hamonic has signed with the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage for the 2015-16 season.  Hamonic, who just concluded his 20-year-old WHL season, ended his career tied for 20th all-time in games played for the Americans with 255. 
  • Americans Sign 2014 Draft Pick Brett Leason

    Tri-City Americans Governor/General Manager Bob Tory announced Wednesday that the team has signed 2014 Third Round Bantam Draft pick Brett Leason to a standard WHL Players Agreement.  Leason was drafted 50th overall by the Americans in the 2014 WHL Bantam Draft.
  • Americans Choose Defenseman in CHL Import Draft

    Tri-City Americans' Governor/General Manager Bob Tory announced Tuesday that the club has selected Juuso Valimaki with their pick (14th overall) in today's 2015 Canadian Hockey League Import Draft.  
  • Two Americans Selected in 2015 NHL Draft

    The Tri-City Americans are proud to announce that two players were selected in the 2015 NHL Draft.  18-year-old defenseman Brandon Carlo was selected by the Boston Bruins in the second round, 37th overall.  17-year-old defenseman Parker Wotherspoon was also selected by the New York Islanders in the fourth round, 112th overall.
  • Americans Sign 1st-Round Bantam Draft Pick

    Tri-City Americans Governor/General Manager Bob Tory announced Friday that the team has signed 2015 First Round Bantam Draft pick Carson Focht to a standard WHL Players Agreement.  Focht was drafted seventh overall by the Americans in the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft in May.
  • Gov. Inslee Signs Bill Ensuring Amateur Status for WHL Players

    Representatives from all four Washington State-based Western Hockey League clubs and WHL Commissioner Ron Robison were in attendance Monday in Olympia to witness the signing of Senate Bill 5893 by Washington Governor Jay Inslee.
  • Americans Add Some Familiar Names in 2015 WHL Bantam Draft

    The Tri-City Americans made forward Carson Focht (Fok) their first pick (7th overall) in the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft on Thursday, held at the Deerfoot Inn in Calgary, AB.  Overall, the Americans selected 10 players in this year's draft.  
  • Ams Goalie Evan Sarthou Invited to Elite Goaltending Camp

    Tri-City Americans Goaltender Evan Sarthou has been invited to the Warren Strelow National Team Goaltending Camp, May 7-10, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  The camp is a select camp made up of the top goaltenders in each age group eligible for international play.