Jordon Cooke’s stellar play during his Western Hockey League career with the Kelowna Rockets has carried over to the university level.
The 22-year-old goaltender with the Saskatchewan Huskies has been named the Canada West outstanding player of the year and goaltender of the year for 2015-16.
Cooke posted a conference-best 19-5-0 record and .921 save percentage, as the Huskies tied a program record for wins in a season (22) and clinched top spot in Canada West for the first time since 1999-00.
The native of Leduc, AB posted 92-34-4-8 record in four seasons with the Rockets.
In his final season in Kelowna, 2013-14, Cooke was named the WHL’s goaltender of the year.
Cooke was also named to the Canada West first all-star team earlier this week.