Jake Theut Announces Retirement

On September 8th, 2023, goaltender Jake Theut announced his retirement from professional hockey after four seasons where he spent time in the SPHL, ECHL, and AHL. The 29-year-old goaltender spent three seasons at the collegiate level, where he spent three years at Northeastern University, where he only saw action in five games, before spending his […]

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ECHL: Team MVP Brayden Watts Re-Signs With Wichita

The Wichita Thunder are keeping busy in late July, re-signing star forward Brayden Watts for the 2023-24 season on July 28. Watts, the fourth-year forward out of Bakersfield, California, had his best season as a pro last year. He set new career highs with 23 goals and 40 assists for a total of 63 points […]

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Jake Theut Hopes He Can Inspire The Thunder Locker Room During Training Camp

When you search the name Jake Theut on Elite Prospects or HockeyDB or just in your google search engine you may find the likes of DeLaSalle High from over twelve years ago, or the 17 games in the NCAA in Northeastern University from 2013-2017 or maybe a transfer year playing with the likes of Jacksonville Icemen forward Matt Salhany,but you definitely won’t find anything on the 28 year old, hailing from Washington, MI on if he even knew who head coach Pete MacArthur was until this summer when Theut joined 3ICE.

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