Kelowna Rockets

The Kelowna Rockets are a Canadian ice hockey team from Kelowna, British Columbia, which currently plays in the junior Western Hockey League.

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In 1991, the team was founded as Tacoma Rockets, 1995 was followed by the relocation to Kelowna. Between 2003 and 2005, the Rockets participated three times in the final of the Memorial Cup, the championship of the umbrella organization CHL, which is played annually between the masters of Canada's three top junior leagues WHL, OHL and QMJHL. 2004 won the Rockets the Memorial Cup as hosts and so fourth finalist. Today, the Kelowna Rockets play their home games at Prospera Place, between 1995 and 1999 they played in the Kelowna Memorial Arena.

Mascot of the team is Ogopogo, the legendary monster of Lake Okanagan. Although the team name Kelowna Rockets is, is to be found neither in the team logo, still on the court dress a rocket.


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Well-known former players

Different players who spent their time in the Junior Rockets made ​​, and later in the National Hockey League career. Some of them are:

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