The Tri-Town Thunder is a Junior "B" ice hockey team in Carrot River Saskatchewan, Canada, in the Prairie Junior Hockey League. The club was founded in the North Saskatchewan Junior B Hockey League in 2001 however the team moved to the South Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League in 2005 and then back to the North Saskatchewan Junior B Hockey League in 2006.
In the time of the NSJHL the Tri-Town Thunder played a total of five seasons. The Tri-Town Thunder ended up winning the 2003-2004 NSJHL Playoffs and advanced to the Saskatchewan Jr B Provincials where they lost to the Regina Capitals.
In June of 2008 they signed one of the brightest and most innovative young coaches in Saskatchewan in Noel Kingwell. The Battleford, Saskatchewan native had a short playing career in the junior ranks before coaching and hopes to bring championship calibre hockey to the Tri-Town program.
- Tri-Town Thunder Official Website
- Prairie Junior Hockey League (formerly the South Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League)
- North Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League
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