Rockets’ Cooke Canadian Hockey League goalie of the month

Leduc, Alta. native backstops his Kelowna squad to 6-0-0 record in December with stellar goals against average

Kelowna's Jordon Cooke is the CHL's goalie of the month for December.

The incidence of pucks getting past Jordon Cooke last month was exceedingly low.

As a result, the Kelowna Rockets’ veteran has been named the Canadian Hockey League’s goalie of the month for December.

The 19-year-old goaltender posted a 6-0-0-0 record through December and is currently on an 11-game win streak (Nov. 23 – present).  His 2.00 goals-against average led all WHL goaltenders (minimum 300 minutes played) while posting 0.908 save percentage,and allowing just 12 goals on 131 shots-against in 360 minutes played.  

Cooke currently ranks sixth among all WHL goaltenders with a 2.48 goals-against average and fifth with 18 wins, in 28 games-played thus far this season. His consistent play helped the Rockets to a sizzling 10-2-0-0 record in December.

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