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Scott Linesburgh

Linesburgh has been a member of The Record’s sports department since 1988. A native of Wantagh, N.Y., he has covered the Stockton Thunder hockey franchise since its inception in 2005 and has spent more than two decades reporting on motorsports and various other sports on the high school, college and professional level.

Let the hats fly

Jeremy Langlois admittedly got his hat trick a little late, but the fans still should have been able to celebrate it. The Thunder beat the Ontario Reign 5-3 Saturday to take a 2-0 lead in its best-of-seven ECHL Western Conference playoff series. Laglois had a fabulous game, and the star rookie had a hat trick. [...]

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Thunder wins intense, feisty playoff opener

Thunder coach Rich Kromm has spoken often in the last few days about “playoff hockey.” It’s different from the regular season, more intense, more physical and the pressure is greater. The Thunder went out Saturday and showed an example of exactly what its coach was talking about. The Thunder’s 3-1 playoff win against Ontario in [...]

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Travel schedule doesn’t make it easier on Thunder

The Thunder play three of four games at home this weekend, but are doing it in the least convenient way possible. Stockton lost to Idaho 4-2 Wednesday at Stockton Arena, and meets the Steelheads again in Friday in Stockton. But the Thunder has to travel to Ontario on Saturday for a night contest, and back [...]

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Tremblay injured in Thunder’s win

The Thunder won a game but will have to wait for word as to whether it has lost a player for a while. In Stockton’s 3-2 win on Friday, Nick Tremblay left the gave after taking a hard hit from Utah’s Danick Paquette with 12:46 left in the second period. Riley Wetmore went after Paquette [...]

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The Thunder’s big weekend by the numbers

Thunder coach Rich Kromm called this a huge weekend for his team. But what would make it a successful one? The Thunder plays Utah Friday and Saturday and Las Vegas on Sunday at Stockton Arena. This is a great chance to try to make a move up the playoff seedings, and with less than a [...]

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Thunder defense is The Force at Star Wars Night

Goalie Parker Milner and a determined Stockton Thunder defense put on quite a display In front of a huge, light saber-waving crowd at Stockton Arena. Milner earned a 1-0 shutout versus Utah, his second of the season. He made a single goal by Greg Miller stand up and got plenty of help from his blue [...]

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A sad goodbye to the ECHL’s Bay Area team

So long, San Francisco Bulls. We hardly know ya. Which of course, was a big part of the problem. Not enough people visited the Bulls’ well-past-retirement-age antiquated arena to get to know you. That, combined with other financial woes and the failure to get an infusion of cash were the reasons the Bulls ceased operations. [...]

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It’s official: Calls upset Thunder coach

Rich Kromm was clearly not happy about the officiating in the third period of the Thunder’s 4-2 loss to San Francisco on Friday. Was he correct? To a point. And the problem was more about what wasn’t called than what was. First, it should be noted that officials can be an easy excuse, and Stockton [...]

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Different look awaits next Thunder game

Friday’s game will certainly look different at Stockton Arena. But will it play different? The Thunder and San Francisco Bulls will play on the Stockton Arena ice which is adorned with paintings of more than 800 youngsters, courtesy of the “Kids Take Over Stockton Arena” promotion following Sunday’s 5-1 Stockton win against the Bulls. The [...]

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Thunder earns feisty win as kids take over Stockton Arena

Before a bunch of youngsters went out and painted its ice with everything from flowers to turtles, the Thunder finished 2013 with a very good performance. It beat the S.F. Bulls 5-1 at Stockton Arena, thanks mostly to a four-goal first period and a fine outing by goalie Parker Milner, who got a much-needed win. [...]

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    Bob Highfill has worked in The Record's sports department since 1990. He has covered a variety of sports, including high schools, Pacific and professional sports. In 2006, he was named sports editor. Bob is a graduate of Lincoln High and the ... Read Full

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