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12/19/2013

Coach welcomes Christmas break

The Kelowna Rockets are taking full advantage of the Christmas break.After winning 28 of 33 games to start the season, head coach Ryan Huska says time away from the arena is welcomed by everyone.It helps to re-energize them a little bit. They need to do some running or get on the bike so when they return to us ... Read More...
12/19/2013

Rockets attendance lagging behind last season

Attendance is down at Kelowna Rockets home games this season but they aren't alone. Statistics show 21 of the 22 teams have seen a drop in attendance in the first half.Only the Portland Winterhawks have seen an increase.In Kelowna, after 17 home games the team has averaged 5 thousand and 26 fans, a drop of 6.2 percent from ... Read More...
12/15/2013

Rockets rolling over competition

The Kelowna Rockets defeated the Prince Albert Raiders 5-3 on Sunday in Prince Albert, extending its winning streak to 11 games and improving to 27-3-0-2 on the season with just a single game left before the team breaks for Christmas.   Playing its fifth game in six nights on its WHL Eastern road trip, the Rockets scored three times in ... Read More...
12/10/2013

Rockets Teddy Bear toss huge success

A special delivery to Kelowna General Hospital from the Kelowna Rockets. Captain Madison Bowey led a group of players to KGH as they dropped off more than 2,00 teddy bears donated by Rockets fans during the inaugural Teddy Bear Toss on Friday night. "It was a great night and went as good as it could for our first time hosting ... Read More...
12/4/2013

Late game comeback, something to build on

The Kelowna Rockets will face their toughest test of the season Friday night when they face the Everett Silvertips.The Tips, according to Rockets head coach Ryan Huska, is the best team in the WHL.Huska says his team should feel better about their game after coming back for a 2-1 deficit Tuesday and earning a 4-3 overtime win against ... Read More...

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