Headline News:

brought to you by:

nor_logo.jpg 

Blazers Best Not Enough as Rockets Push Unbeaten Streak to 5 Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Rockets turn away pesky Blazers in 3-1 win on Sunday morning. Read full post »

Rockets Knock Off Blazers for 3rd Straight Win Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

5-2 win improves the Rockets overall record to 12-4-1. Read full post »

After Lengthy Absence, Rockets Welcome Cullen Back Against Blazers Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Calgary Hitmen Prospect has missed the Rockets past 12 games with lower body injury. Read full post »

2014-2015 BCMML Standings:

brought to you by:  

 Total Restoration.png

Team: GP W L T Pts GF GA
Cariboo Cougars 18 15 31  97 39
Okanagan Rockets 18 13 4 1 27 71  44 
Vancouver NW Giants 18 13 4 1 27 62 42
Valley West Hawks 18 10 6 2 22 76 56
G.V. Canadians 20 9 8 3 21 76 58
Vancouver NE Chiefs 18 9 7 2 20 76 56 
South Island Royals 18 9 8 1 19 69 64
F.V. Thunderbirds 18 6 9 3 15 58 61
Kootenay Ice 18 3 13 2 8 47 100
North Island Silvertips 18 2 13 3 7 37 77
Thompson Blazers 18 16 3 20 92

 

Rockets Statistics

brought to you by:

Culligan.jpg

2014-2015 Statistics


Rockets Next Games:

vs-CaribooCougars1.jpg

 

 

Rockets Home Arena:

Capital News Centre

Capital20News20Centre1.jpg

Alumni Spotlight

brought to you by:

 Hockeytube.png

Mitchell Cook

 9633699.jpg

Mitch Cook spent 2 seasons with the Okanagan Rockets from 2010-2012.  

In 79 games, Cook posted 36 goals and 33 assists for 69 points.  His best season came in 2011-2012 when he posted 20 goals for a Rockets squad that went 20-12-8 during the regular season. 

After graduating from the BCMML, Cook joined the Drumheller Dragons of the AJHL. In 137 games with the Dragons, Cook is closing in on 100 career points in the AJHL. The 2013-2014 season was his most successful as Cook had 51 points in 57 games.  

Cook is on pace for a career year as he closes out his junior eligibility. The 20 year old is a point per game player for the Dragon and will no doubt be leaned on as the clubs leading scorer. 

Rockets general manager David Michaud credits the Rockets success in recruiting 17 year olds to among others, Mitch Cook. "Mitch was one of the 1st players during my time that stayed with our program for his 17 year old season instead of leaving to play Jr. B hockey." said Michaud. "Mitch came back as a 17 year old and put up great numbers and had a solid showing at the Mac's Tournament in Calgary. He has had a great 3 year junior career and it's great to see the numbers he's been able to put up with Drumheller." 

Rockets TV

brought to you by:

Vernon_Hyundai.jpg