Tyson Baillie is a WHL first-team all-star for 2015-16.

All-star recognition for Tyson Baillie

Kelowna Rockets centre named to the WHL's Western Conference first all-star team

The Kelowna Rockets acknowledged the best season of Tyson Baillie’s junior career by naming him the team’s MVP.

On Wednesday, another honour for the 20-year-old Fort Saskatchewan, AB native who was selected to the Western Hockey League’s Western Conference first all-star team.

Baillie had career highs in goals (43), assists (52) and points (95) to lead the Rockets in all three categories.

In his fifth and final season with Kelowna, compiled 310 points in 329 career games in the WHL.

In 46 playoff games, Baillie has 23 goals and 53 points.


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