As Tyson Jost and the rest of the Penticton Vees get set to take to the ice tomorrow in Manitoba for the 2015 RBC Cup, Tyson Jost will do something he's done a lot of. Break a record.
The Okanagan Rockets alumni will become the 1st player in Hockey Canada history to appear in a Telus Cup, World U17 Challenge, World Jr A Challenge, and the RBC Cup.
It's another feather in the cap for Jost who continues to impress in hockey circles.
After a record shattering 2013-2014 season where he led the Rockets to the BCMML championship, and a birth in the Telus Cup, the winning has simply continued for Jost.
Before finishing his rookie season in the BCHL with a point per game pace, Jost represented Team Canada at the World U17's in Sarnia, and was then selected as the first 16 year old forward since the St. Louis Blues Jayden Schwartz got the call in 2008 to represent Team Canada West at the World Junior A challenge.
Now, after a Fred Page Cup win, and a Western Championship, Jost will suit up in the RBC Cup and look for a different color medal than the Bronze he hung around his neck after the Telus Cup in Moose Jaw.
Needless to say, the future is incredibly bright for this young hockey talent.