KENT, December 3, 2012 — Seattle Thunderbirds general manager Russ Farwell today announced center Tyler Alos has retired from hockey.
“Tyler is a valuable member of our team and will be missed,” said
Farwell. “He has been advised by doctors against returning to the ice
this season. We know this was a difficult decision to make but it is
made in his long term best interest and we fully support him.”
Alos will remain with the T-Birds for the balance of the season to
assist the coaching staff. He will also start utilizing his WHL
Scholarship at a school to be determined.
“It’s been a great four years with the T-Birds,” said Alos. “The fans
and the organization have treated me very well. I am disappointed my
playing career is coming to an end but I am looking forward to helping
the team wherever possible and starting to learn the game from a
Alos, from Spokane, played in 201 career games in four years with the T-Birds and had 56 points on 19 goals and 37 assists.
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