Forward Tyson Baillie had seven points in three Rockets victories last week.

Rockets’ Baillie WHL player of the week

20-year-old forward helped pace Kelowna to three straight wins

In his final season of major junior hockey, Tyson Baillie looks to be saving his best for last.

The 20-year-old Kelowna Rockets forward, who is putting together a career year, has been named the WHL’s player of the week.

The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Baillie had three goals and four assists while posting a +5 rating in three Rockets wins during the week.

The Fort Saskachewan, AB native is second in league scoring this season with 16 goals and 41 points.

The Rockets return to action Wednesday when they host the Seattle Thunderbirds, 7 p.m. at Prospera Place.

 

 

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