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Paler-Chow Shuts the Door on Rockets Season as GVC Sweeps Aside the Rockets Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Kelowna Rockets draft pick earns 43 save performance and back stops GVC to series clinching 2-0 win. Read full post »

Rockets Drop Triple OT Heartbreaker to Open Playoffs Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

3rd period rally falls short as Kyle Uy's 2nd of the game in triple OT vaults GVC to series lead. Read full post »

Former OK Rocket Justin Hickman Signs with Boston Bruins Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

After 5 years with the Seattle Thunderbirds, Hickman is poised to make the jump to professional hockey. Read full post »

Okanagan Rockets 2015 Spring Identification Camp:

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The Okanagan Rockets will be hosting their 1st ever Spring Identification Camp May 8th-10th at the Capital News Centre. Players born in the 1998,1999, and 2000 birth years are eligible to participate.  The Rockets are eligible to commit to as many as 12 players for the 2015-2016 season at the conclusion of this camp.  Cost: $100 + GST



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Place Team: GP W L T Pts GF GA
1 Cariboo Cougars X 40 29 8 3 61 190 80
2 Vancouver NW Giants X 40 26 10 4 56 155  95 
3 Vancouver NE Chiefs 40 25 10 5 55 201 125
4 Okanagan Rockets X 40 23 12 5 51 149 114
5 G.V. Canadians X 40 21 16 3 45 162 120
6 Valley West Hawks 40 18 14 8 44 160 147 
7 South Island Royals X 40 18 17 5 41 161 156
8 F.V. Thunderbirds X 40 17 18 5 39 153 144
9 North Island Silvertips 40 10 25 5 25 102 158
10 Kootenay Ice 40 5 29 6 16 91 199
11 Thompson Blazers  40 35 7 59 237

x - Clinched Playoff Spot 

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Brendan Barry

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Brendan Barry spent just one season with the Okanagan Rockets, but there is little doubt of the mark that he left on the club despite his short tenure. 

Barry started in 19 regular season games for the Rockets during the 2013-2014 season. Despite the fact that he lost just once in those 19 starts, it was during the Rockets playoff run where Barry proved his ultimate value to last year's high powered Rockets squad. 

Barry began his playoffs with a shutout, and carried that momentum straight through to the Rockets run at the Telus Cup in Moose Jaw.

During the BCMML championship series against the high-flying Vancouver NW Giants, Barry stopped an incredible 78 of 82 shots the Giants sent his way for a sparkling .951 save percentage as the Rockets swept the Giants on the Road. 

After helping lead the Rockets past Red Deer at the Pacific Region Championship, Barry started 7 games for the Rockets at the Telus Cup, playing 340 minutes posting a 2.82 GAA as the Rockets won national bronze. 

After the Telus Cup, Barry committed to the Penticton Vees of the BCHL where his stellar play has continued. 

In his rookie season, Barry has posted just 2 losses in his first 14 starts and owns a sparking goals against average of 2.06 for the 1st place Vees. 

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