• The Kelowna Rockets suffered an opening game loss to the Quebec Remparts last night at the Memorial Cup. AM 1150's Regan Bartel spoke to Rockets assistant coach Kris Mallette afterwards. To listen to the conversation, click on the teal tab above the story.
  • The Kelowna Rockets fell by a score of 4-3 to the host Quebec Remparts on Friday night at the Pepsi Colisee in what was the opening game of the 2015 MasterCard Memorial Cup.

    The win by Quebec marked the first time a host Club has won the opening game of the tournament since the Kitchener Rangers did it in 2008.

    A physical first period saw a goal by Nikolas Brouillard give the Remparts a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes of play. Trailing 2-0 late in the second period, the Rockets got on the board as Nick Merkley scored a short-handed goal to cut the lead in half.  

    After Ryan Graves struck early in the third period to restore the Remparts’ two-goal lead, the Rockets bounced back midway through the frame when forward Gage Quinney deflected a Josh Morrissey point shot past Remparts goaltender Zachary Fucale to close the gap to 3-2.
  • The Kelowna Rockets are WHL Champions!
  • He may be injured, but 21 year-old Kelowna Rockets forward Tyrell Goulbourne will be cheering on his teammatres tonight in game four of the WHL final.
  • The Kelowna Rockets are a focused bunch heading into game four of the Western Hockey League Championship series. AM 1150's Regan Bartel had a conversaton with captain Madison Bowey this morning at Prospera Place. To listen to the conversations, click on the teal banner above this article to listen.
  • The Kelowna Rockets defeated the Brandon Wheat Kings 5-3 on Monday night at Prospera Place in Kelowna, taking a commanding 3-0 lead in the WHL Championship series.

AM1150 Sports Broadcasts

Kelowna Rockets @ Quebec :: Friday May 22nd :: 4:30pm
Kelowna Rockets vs Rimouski :: Monday May 25th :: 4:30pm
Kelowna Rockets vs Oshawa :: Tuesday May 26th :: 4:30pm
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