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Tri-City Americans vs. Kelowna Rockets October 12th, 2018 – Toyota Center | Kennewick, WA

Kelowna Rockets

Tri-City Americans

No.

Name

YOB

No.

Name

YOB

1 30

James Porter Roman Basran

00 01

31 35

Talyn Boyko* Beck Warm

02 99

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29

Lassi Thomson * Dalton Gally Devin Steffler * Cayde Augustine * Kaedan Korczak Libor Zabransky Jack Cowell Mark Liwiski Ted Brennan Erik Gardiner Wil Kushniryk Dallon Wilton * Michael Farren Ryan Bowen Ethan Ernst * Conner Bruggen-Cate Kyle Pow Braydyn Chizen Kyle Topping Kyle Crosbie * Liam Kindree Lane Zablocki Leif Mattson Nolan Foote

00 98 00 01 01 00 99 01 00 99 00 01 00 98 02 99 00 98 99 01 00 98 99 00

2 3 4 5 6 7 9 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 29 32 34 41

Riley Bruce Dominic Schmiemann Roman Kalinichenko Mitchell Brown Jarod Newell* Anthony Bishop Tom Cadieux* Michael Rasmussen Kaden Kohle* Blake Stevenson* Connor Bouchard Krystof Hrabik* Bryan McAndrews* Nolan Yaremko Isaac Johnson Brett Clayton Kyle Olson Riley Sawchuk Paycen Bjorklund Parker AuCoin Sasha Mutala Samuel Stewart*

99 99 00 01 02 98 02 99 02 01 01 99 01 98 99 98 99 99 00 98 01 00

President/GM: Bruce Hamilton Asst. GM/Dir. Player Personnel: Lorne Frey Head Coach: Jason Smith Assistant Coach: Kris Mallette Assistant Coach: Travis Crickard

Governor/GM: Bob Tory Head Coach: Kelly Buchberger Assistant Coach: Brian Pellerin Equipment Manager: Innes Mackie Athletic Therapist: Zach Fournier

Athletic Trainer/Strength + Coniditioning Coach: Scott Hoyer

Equipment Manager: Mitch Bain

OFFICIALS Referees: Jeff Ingram and Ian Jendro Linesmen: Brett Mackey and Trevor Shively


MESSAGE FROM WHL COMMISSIONER RON ROBISON WELCOME TO THE 2018-19 WHL SEASON FROM WHL COMMISSIONER RON ROBISON Calgary, Alta. – Another Western Hockey League season has arrived and we are excited to unveil the latest edition of the world’s premier junior hockey players as they take to the ice with our 22 WHL Clubs throughout Western Canada and the U.S. Pacific Northwest. As we embark on our 53rd WHL season, the WHL Player Experience continues to be the top priority for our WHL member Clubs. Our Clubs are committed to providing our players with the highest standard of development, both on and off the ice. The WHL takes great pride in offering world-class coaching and North America’s most comprehensive WHL Scholarship and education program, along with an extensive series of support services which ensures our players continue their development in a safe and positive environment. Establishing a new record with 382 post-secondary scholarships awarded to WHL graduates this past season, the WHL Scholarship continues to pave a road to an unmatched educational opportunity for WHL alumni as they pursue their academic goals. Of the 382 WHL graduates who accessed their WHL Scholarship, 183 continued their hockey development by playing Canadian University hockey at the U SPORTS level this past season. The 2018-19 WHL season will feature many special events. With the 2019 NHL Draft set for Vancouver in June, we are excited for the opportunity to showcase what we believe will be one of the strongest NHL Draft classes in WHL history. Not only will these players be on display nightly in WHL markets, fans will have the opportunity to see these standards in Red Deer – a hub for WHL activity in 2019 – at the Sherwin Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in January. Once again, Red Deer will host the WHL Awards and WHL Bantam Draft in May. Meanwhile, Kamloops and Vancouver will host the 2018 CIBC Canada Russia Series in November, as Team WHL takes on the Russian National Team in a preview of the 2019 World Junior Championship. Through the support of major junior hockey’s best fans, our corporate partners, broadcasters and media the WHL is in a position to provide our players with a world-class experience. Your passion and loyalty to the WHL and our 22 member Clubs is greatly appreciated. The 2018-19 WHL season promises to be exciting as our Clubs battle for a playoff berth and opportunity to capture the Ed Chynoweth Cup. I trust you will once again love cheering on your favourite WHL Club with an incredible group of top prospects on full display as they pursue their dreams, both on and off the ice. About the Western Hockey League Regarded as the world’s finest development league for junior hockey players, the Western Hockey League (WHL) head office is based in Calgary, Alberta. The WHL consists of 22 member Clubs with 17 located in Western Canada and five in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. A member of the Canadian Hockey League, the WHL has been a leading supplier of talent for the National Hockey League for over 50 years. The WHL is also the leading provider of hockey scholarships with over 350 graduates each year receiving WHL Scholarships to pursue a post-secondary education of their choice. Each season, WHL players also form the nucleus of Canada’s National Junior Hockey Team.

Ron Robison Commissioner Western Hockey League


HOCKEY OPERATIONS STAFF

KELLY BUCHBERGER

HEAD COACH 1st Season

BRIAN PELLERIN

ASSOCIATE COACH 5th Season

INNES MACKIE

EQUIPMENT MANAGER 10th Season

ELI WILSON

GOALTENDING COACH 2nd Season

ZACHARY FOURNIER

ATHLETIC THERAPIST 5th Season


Game #83 - October 8th, 2018 Tri-City Americans (3-2-0-0 6 pts) vs Kelowna Rockets (1-0-0-0 2 pts) Toyota Center (Kennewick, WA) 7:05 PM

Television/Radio Information Local Radio Broadcast: NewsTalk 870 AM, 6:45 pm PST Online Broadcast: WHL Live, 6:30 pm PST

This Series vs. Kelowna Rockets (4 Games) Game 1: 10/12/18 Kelowna @ Tri-City Game 2: 10/13/18 Tri-City @ Kelowna Game 3: 11/30/18 Kelowna @ Tri-City Game 4: 12/5/18 Tri-City @ Kelowna

Last Five Games Tri-City: Game 1: 9/22/18 Spokane @ Tri-City TC (5-1) Game 2: 9/28/18 Portland @ Tri-City TC (6-5 SO) Game 3: 9/29/18 Everett @Tri-City EVT (3-2) Game 4: 10/6/2018 Medicine Hat @ Tri-City MH (2-0) Game 5: 10/9/2018 Edmonton @ Tri-City TC (6-4)

Kelowna: Game 5: 9/29/2018 Kelowna @ Prince George KEL (5-2) Game 6: 10/3/2018 Vancouver@ Kelowna VAN (5-0) Game 7: 10/5/2018 Victoria @ Kelowna VIC (4-3) Game 8: 10/6/2018 Kelowna @ Seattle SEA (4-1) Game 9: 10/10/2018 Seattle @ Kelowna SEA (9-6)

Washington's Lottery Weekly Report Tri-City: Michael Rasmussen - pro camp (DET) Anthony Bishop - upper body, 6 weeks Dominic Schmiemann - trade from Calgary

Kelowna: Zane Zablocki - lower body, week-to-week

Tri-City Upcoming Milestones Kyle Olson is 7 points from 100 in his career Tomorrow (10/13) in Kelowna will be Parker AuCoin's 200th game in the WHL.

Tri-City Noteworthy The Americans have scored six goals in each of their three wins so far this season. Nolan Yaremko reached 100 career points with a goal on 10/9. Kyle Olson had his fourth career four-point game on 10/9 against Edmonton. Dominic Schmiemann played his first game with the Americans on 10/9. He was aquired from Calgary on 10/6. Parker AuCoin reached 100 career points with an assist on 9/29.


Tri-City 2018-19 Statistical Leaders Goals: (5) Nolan Yaremko

Assists: (7) Isaac Johnson

Points: (9) Isaac Johnson, Nolan Yaremko

Plus/Minus: (+7) Isaac Johnson

Penalty Minutes: (15) Kyle Olson Short-Handed Goals: ---Shots On Goal: (16) Krystof Hrabik Goals Against Average: (2.98) Beck Warm Last 10 games: 3-2-0-0

Power Play Goals: (1) Johnson, AuCoin, Hrabik, Yaremko Game Winning Goals: (1) Kyle Olson Faceoff Win %: (60.0%) Krystof Hrabik Save Percentage: (0.891) Beck Warm Current Streak: 1-0-0-0

2017-18 Tri-City Record vs. U.S. Division: 2-1-0-0 B.C. Division: 0-0-0-0 Western Conference: 0-0-0-0 Central Division: 1-1-0-0 East Division: 0-0-0-0 Eastern Conference: 0-0-0-0

2018-19 Tri-City Season Highs & Lows – Team Streaks Longest Winning Streak: 2 Longest Home Winning Streak: 2 Longest Road Winning Streak: -Longest Losing Streak: 2 Longest Home Losing Streak: 2 Longest Road Losing Streak: --

Scoring Most Goals Scored – Game: 6 (9/22, 9/28, 10/9) Most Goals Scored – Period: 3 (10/9) Most Goals Allowed – Game: 5 (9/28) Most Goals Allowed – Period: 3 (10/12 Largest Margin of Victory: 5 (9/22) Largest Margin of Defeat: 2 (10/6) Most Power Play Goals: 2 (9/29) Most Power Play Opportunities: 9 (9/29) Most Power Play Goals Against: 2 (9/28, 9/29, 10/9) Most Power Play Opportunities Against: 9 (9/28)

Shooting Most Shots Taken – Game: 33 (10/9) Most Shots Taken – Period: 16 (10/9) Fewest Shots Taken – Game: 24 (9/28, 9/29) Fewest Shots Taken – Period: 3 (9/28) Most Shots Allowed – Game: 32 (10/6) Most Shots Allowed – Period: 12 (10/6) Fewest Shots Allowed – Game: 23 (9/29) Fewest Shots Allowed – Period: 5 (9/28)


TRI-CITY AMERICANS 2018-19

NO. NAME 32 7 29 19 31 5 2 9 24 20 23 4 17 21 34 6 25 15 26 3 18 41 35 22

AuCoin, Parker Bishop, Anthony Bjorklund, Paycen Bouchard, Connor Boyko, Talyn * Brown, Mitchell Bruce, Riley Cadieux, Tom * Clayton, Brett Hrabik, Krystof * Johnson, Isaac Kalinichenko, Roman Kohle, Kaden * McAndrews, Bryan * Mutala, Sasha Newell, Jarod * Olson, Kyle Rasmussen, Michael Sawchuk, Riley Dominic, Schmiemann Stevenson, Blake * Stewart, Samuel * Warm, Beck Yaremko, Nolan

HOCKEY STAFF Governor/GM Head Coach Asst. Coach

POS

LW D RW C G RD LD RD LW C LW LD C LD RW RD C C C LD RW LD G LW

SH

L R R L

R L R L L R L R L R R R L R L R L L

HT

6'0 6'0 5'11 5'7 6'6 6'2 6'1 6'0 6'4 6'4 6'2 6'3 6'2 6'5 6'1 6'2 5'11 6'6 5'11 6'4 5'11 6'0 6'0 6'1

WT

Bob Tory Kelly Buchberger Brian Pellerin

199 181 174 153 167 205 207 155 220 210 182 192 187 216 194 191 174 221 175 200 181 189 177 201

HOMETOWN

St. Albert, AB Kelowna, BC Grand Praire, AB Cochrane, AB Drumheller, AB Salmon Arm, BC Winnipeg, MB Saskatoon, SK Abbotsford, BC Praha, CZE Andover, MN Moscow, Russia Humboldt, SK Edmonton, AB Vancouver, BC Wainwright, AB Calgary, AB Surrey, BC Prince Albert, SK James River Bridge, SK Calgary, AB Winnipeg, MB Whistler, BC Spirit River, AB

D.O.B.

July 30/98 April 1/98 Dec. 11/00 Mar. 14/01 Oct. 16/02 June 25/01 April 5/99 Sep. 11/02 Nov. 22/98 Sept. 24/99 Jan. 24/99 July 6/00 Jan. 14/02 Feb. 21/01 May 6/01 Feb. 4/02 Mar. 22/99 April 17/99 Mar. 18/99 April 22/99 Jan. 12/01 June 28/00 Apr. 22/99 May 17/98

* Rookie 17-18 Season

AMERICANS AMERICANS AMERICANS AMERICANS POE AMERICANS OCN Blizzard Saskatoon Blazers AMERICANS HC Benatky nad Jizerou AMERICANS AMERICANS Tisdale Midget OHA Red Prep AMERICANS Nothern Alberta Xtreme AMERICANS AMERICANS AMERICANS Calgary Hitmen Calgary Canucks Neepawa Natives AMERICANS AMERICANS

Head Scout/Asst. GM Athletic Therapist Equipment Manager Goaltending Coach

LEAGUE GP

WHL WHL WHL WHL CSSHL WHL MJHL SMAAAHL WHL Czech2 WHL WHL SMHL CSSHL WHL CSSHL WHL WHL WHL WHL AJHL MJHL WHL WHL

61 62 48 60 19 53 36 28 60 32 68 44 43 25 68 29 36 47 70 47 36 37 35 70

Roy Stasiuk Zach Fournier Innes Mackie Eli Wilson

G

19 0 2 2 3.72 2 10 5 4 5 17 1 12 5 11 2 4 31 15 1 5 2 3.58 22

A

21 15 2 6 0.891 6 7 11 6 10 31 9 14 6 15 20 14 28 9 10 5 13 0.889 34

PTS

40 15 4 8

PIM

26 39 17 54

8 17 16 10 15 48 10 26 11 26 22 18 59 24 11 10 15

34 171 18 40 46 34 42 34 18 28 30 35 40 31 76 8 26

56

74

DRAFT

Free Agent Free Agent Eligible 19 Eligible 19 Eligible 20 Eligible 19 Free Agent Eligible 20 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Eligible 20 Eligible 19 Eligible 19 Eligible 20 Drafted by ANA Drafted by DET Free Agent Free Agent Eligible 19 Free Agent Eligible 18 Free Agent

Pronunciation

Oh-coin

Pay-son Bee-york-lund Boo-shard "Talon"

Kuh-doo hRAH-beek Kal-in-ih-chehn-koh "Cole" Mew-tall-ah

Rass-mew-sen sh-ME-min

Yuh-rem-koh


Kelowna Rockets 2018-2019 Roster NO. 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 19 20 24 25 26 27 28 29 NO. 2 3 4 5 6 7 21 22 NO. 1 30

FORWARDS Cowell, Jack Liwiski, Mark Brennan, Ted Gardiner, Erik Kushniryk, Wil Wilton, Dallon* Farren, Michael Bowen, Ryan Ernst, Ethan* Bruggen-Cate, Conner Topping, Kyle Crosbie, Kyle* Kindree, Liam Zablocki, Lane Mattson, Leif Foote, Nolan DEFENCE Thomson, Lassi* Gally, Dalton Steffler, Devin* Augustine, Cayde* Korczak, Kaedan Zabransky, Libor Pow, Kyle Chizen, Braydyn GOALIES Porter, James Basran, Roman

POS SH HT LW L 6'2 C L 6' C L 6'1 LW L 6'1 LW L 6'4 RW L 6'2 C R 5'10 RW R 6'1½ C R 6' LW L 6'1½ C L 5'11 C R 5'8 RW L 5'10 RW R 6' RW R 6'1 LW L 6'3 POS SH HT D R 6' D L 6'5 D R 6' D L 6' D R 6'3 D R 6'1 D L 6'4 D R 6'7 POS SH HT G R 5'10 G L 6'2

WT 189 177 204 189 205 218 165 170 171 199 185 146 177 190 196 188 WT 187 227 168 225 188 190 209 207 WT 165 193

HOMETOWN D.O.B Winnipeg, MB May 2/99 Dauphin, MB Aug. 8/01 Victoria, BC Jan. 29/00 Humboldt, SK Mar. 21/99 Chilliwack, BC Jan. 27/00 Winnipeg, MB Apr. 29/01 Richmond, BC Apr. 19/00 Chilliwack, BC Dec. 10/98** Weyburn, SK Jan. 26/02 Langley, BC Sept. 13/99 Salt Spring Island, BCNov. 18/99** Didsbury, AB Feb. 18/01 North Vancouver, BC Jan. 2/00 Wetaskiwin, AB Dec. 27/98** Stonewall, MB July 23/99 Englewood, CO Nov. 29/00** HOMETOWN D.O.B Tempere, FIN Sept. 24/00** Eagle River, AK Jan. 26/98 Durango, CO July 14/00 Airdrie, AB Oct. 5/01** Yorkton, SK Jan. 29/01 Brno, Czech Rep. May 26/00 Nanaimo, BC Mar. 11/00 St. Albert, AB May 9/98 HOMETOWN D.O.B Bonners Ferry, ID Apr. 9/00 Vancouver, BC Jul. 26/01

*Rookie **Late Birthday Affects NHL Draft Status

President/General Manager: Bruce Hamilton Skills Development: Kim Gellert Asst. GM/Dir. Player Personnel: Lorne Frey Skating Instructor: Evan Marble Head Coach:Jason Smith Equipment Manager: Mitch Bain Assistant Coach: Kris Mallette Assistant Coach: Travis Crickard Athletic Therapist/Strength & Conditioning Coach: Scott Hoyer Goalie/Video/Development/Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach: Adam Brown

17-18 SEASON LEAGUE GP Kelowna Rockets WHL 71 OCN Blizzard MJHL 36 Kelowna Rockets WHL 65 Kelowna Rockets WHL 31 Kelowna Rockets WHL 51 Eastman Selects MMHL 48 Saskatoon Blades WHL 62 Lethbridge Hurricanes WHL 13 Notre Dame Hounds SMHL 41 Kelowna Rockets WHL 70 Kelowna Rockets WHL 66 Edge School Prep CSSHL 35 Kelowna Rockets WHL 50 Victoria Royals WHL 25 Kelowna Rockets WHL 63 Kelowna Rockets WHL 50 17-18 SEASON LEAGUE GP Ilves U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga 49 Medicine Hat Tigers WHL 72 Okanagan HC Europe U20 EBYSL 35 Airdrie CFR Bisons AMHL 33 Kelowna Rockets WHL 67 Kelowna Rockets WHL 72 Kelowna Rockets WHL 36 Kelowna Rockets WHL 61 17-18 SEASON LEAGUE GP Kelowna Rockets WHL 42 Kelowna Rockets WHL 10

G A PTS PIM 10 24 34 24 14 11 25 96 1 8 9 21 7 15 22 22 2 3 5 15 25 27 52 30 11 11 22 40 1 5 6 8 15 20 35 8 18 27 45 63 22 43 65 56 14 19 33 22 8 19 27 24 1 5 6 44 25 35 60 22 13 27 40 31 G A PTS PIM 12 15 27 44 2 10 12 56 5 13 18 24 11 7 18 58 3 13 16 44 2 17 19 34 0 3 3 49 6 13 19 74 MP GA SO AVE 2291 125 3 3.27 474 18 1 2.28

NHL STATUS Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2020 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 DET '17 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 DRAFT Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2020 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019 DRAFT Eligible 2019 Eligible 2019


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Rockets @ Americans Friday October 12, 2018 Game Time – 7:05 pm Game Day Preview: The Kelowna Rockets face the Tri City Americans for the first time this season and for the first time since the 2018 playoffs. The Americans beat the Rockets in the opening round in four games. These two teams meet tomorrow night in the rematch at Prospera Place. The Rockets are coming off a 9-6 loss to the Seattle Thunderbirds Wednesday night. Leif Mattson had 2+2=4 and Kyle Topping had 0+4=4 in the teams’ fourth straight loss. The Rockets enter the game with a record of 1 and 8, which is the slowest start in franchise history. Next weekend the Rockets are in Victoria for a pair of games on Friday and Saturday before playing their third game in three nights Sunday October 21st in Vancouver. Let’s Make a Deal: The Rockets made two trades this week. The team acquired 20 year-old defenceman Dalton Galley (October 10, 2018) from the Medicine Hat Tigers for a 10th round bantam pick. Gally has played two full seasons with the Tigers and hails from Eagle River, Alaska. In a separate deal, the hockey club acquired 18 year-old forward Michael Farrin (October 11th) from the Saskatoon Blades for a third round WHL bantam pick. Farrin, from Richmond, BC, has played 133 WHL regular season games and had five points in 8 games this season before requesting a trade. Trade Winds Blow: The Rockets made a trade with the Victoria Royals Saturday September 29th. The team acquired 20 year-old Lane Zablocki for a conditional 7th round and conditional 4th round bantam draft pick. Zablocki is a third round NHL draft pick of the Detroit Red Wings (2017 – unsigned). In the 2016-2017 campaign, Zablocki scored 28 goals split between the Regina Pats and Red Deer Rebels. Zablocki has played with the Pats, Rebels, Hurricanes and the Royals. Zablocki never played a game with the WHL team that drafted him in 2013 – the Prince George Cougars. Broadcasters Notebook: We’ve got the Cup! The Rockets were awarded the 2020 Memorial Cup on Wednesday. The ten day tournament will take place May 22 nd to 31st. It marks the second time in franchise history the team has hosted (2004) and will mark its 6th appearance at the prestigious event. The team has made previous appearances in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009 and 2015….Five members of the Kelowna Rockets have been named to NHL Central Scouting’s “Players to watch’ list. Forward Nolan Foote is an ‘A’ prospect, meaning a first round candidate. Kaedan Korczak is a ‘B’ prospect which means he is projected to be selected in the second or third round. Roman Basran, Kyle Topping and Lassi Thomson are ‘C’ prospect, which means they could be taken in the third to the seventh round…. The Rockets have failed to open the scoring in 8 of the 9 games this season….The Rockets have trailed going onto the third period in 8 of the 9 games. Season Highs/Lows: Most goals scored: 6 vs. Seattle October 10/18 (9-6 L) Most goals allowed: 9 vs. Seattle October 10th, 2018 (9-6 L) Most shots on net: 45 @ Seattle October 6th, 2018 (4-1 L), 40 vs. Kamloops September 22nd, 2018 (3-1 L) Fewest shots on net: 21 vs. Vancouver October 3rd, 2018 (5-0 L) Most shots allowed: 39 @ Prince George September 29th, 2018 (5-2 W) Fewest shots allowed: 23 vs. Victoria October 5, 2018 (4-3 L) Last time shut out: October 3rd, 2018 vs. Vancouver (5-0 L) Most power play goals allowed: 4 vs. Seattle October 10th, 2018 (9-6 L). T-Birds were 4/5 on power play. Most power play goals scored: 2 vs. Seattle October 10, 2018 (9-6 L) Roster Stats: Player total: 24 Year by Year Breakdown: 20’s (1998) – 4 Gally, Zablocki, Chizen, Bowen 19’s (1999) - 5 Topping, Mattson, Gardiner, Bruggen-Cate, Cowell 18’s (2000) - 11 Farrin, Tomson, Brennan, Porter, Foote, Zabransky, Kindree, Brennan, Kushniryk, Pow, Steffler, 17’s (2001) - 6 Korczak, Crosbie, Basran, Liwiski, Wilton, Augustine 16’s (2002) - 1 Ernst Game Notes Compiled by Regan Bartel of AM 1150


Every time the Americans score a goal, one lucky fan will receive a prize from one of these local businesses listed below. Listen to the public address announcer after a goal is scored -- if your name is called, claim your prize at the U.S. Cellular Information table behind Section L.


Tri-City Americans vs. Kelowna Rockets  

Tri-City Americans vs. Kelowna Rockets, 10/12

Tri-City Americans vs. Kelowna Rockets  

Tri-City Americans vs. Kelowna Rockets, 10/12