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Tyson Feist is the newest member of some elite company. On Oct. 6, he was named the 26th captain in Kelowna Rockets history.

Nineteen Kelowna Skating Club athletes proved they’re on a successful path and returned with nine medals from the third B.C. Super Series event of the season over the weekend.

Kelowna Rockets forwards Max Graham and Gabriel Szturc, both first-time NHL draft candidates, earned C ratings on NHL Central Scouting’s first “players to watch list” on Tuesday.

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Though everyone was excited about the return to competitive play in B.C. School Sports, few are more grateful today than the volleyball teams at Kelowna Secondary after winning two gold medals over the weekend.

No offence in Canada has been more prolific than the Okanagan Sun, and no running back has been more prolific than Malcolm Miller.

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The Okanagan Sun will look to keep their winning ways alive as they host the Vancouver Island Raiders on Saturday night at the Apple Bowl in Kelowna.

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The last time any of us sat — with or without masks — inside Prospera Place watching Kelowna Rockets hockey was March 11, 2020.

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For the first time since October 2018, the West Kelowna Warriors picked up a victory inside Cominco Arena as they defeated the Trail Smoke Eaters 5-4 in BC Hockey League action on Wednesday.

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On paper, it’s not much of a matchup. The Okanagan Sun will take their 3-1 record and league-best 140 points on the road this weekend to face the league’s worst defence in the Kamloops Broncos.

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Heading into the 2018 WHL draft, former Kelowna Rockets forward Tyson Baillie joked with his neighbour, Colton Dach, that the Rockets might select him.

Malcom Miller was a one-man wrecking ball on Saturday night as the Okanagan Sun beat the Vancouver Island Raiders 39-14 on the Island in the BCJFL.

The Kelowna Rockets enjoyed a perfect start to the preseason, outscoring the Victoria Royals 11-4 in two games at Prospera Place over the weekend.

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Moments of solemnity will precede what's sure to be a celebratory game atmosphere when the Kelowna Rockets once again begin a regular season before thousands of fans at Prospera Place.

The Rockets and Silvertips swapped Kelowna-born players, Thursday, with the Rockets bringing Max Graham home and sending Alex Swetlikoff to Everett, Wash.

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Kelowna Skating Club and Centre of Excellence says it is thrilled to announce the addition of a high-profile Olympian to their coaching team.

Kelowna Rockets general manager Bruce Hamilton has hired Josh MacNevin as an assistant coach to replace the departed Vern Fiddler.

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A 44-year hockey referee is stepping away from Kelowna Minor Hockey. Dave McClellan has officiated at almost every level of the game since 1977.

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The Kelowna Rockets exploited a shorthanded Kamloops Blazers roster, taking three of a possible four points form the B.C. Division leaders on the weekend.

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The Kelowna Rockets picked up their third straight win with a 5-1 victory over the Victoria Royals on Tuesday night at Prospera Place in WHL action.

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The Niagara River Lions drafted Kelowna native Grant Shephard in the third round, 16th overall, of the Canadian Elite Basketball League draft on Wednesday.

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The Western Hockey League announced late Tuesday the Kelowna Rockets have been cleared to resume team activities beginning today after all individuals within the team cohort tested negative for COVID-19 this week.

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The Canadian Hockey League has cancelled the 2021 Memorial Cup national championship, the governing body said Tuesday morning.

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A flying sledgehammer that hit a bystander and ended his professional hockey career is at the centre of a dispute between two insurance companies.

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Over the course of the five-week B.C. Hockey League regular season beginning April 2, the Penticton Vees will play 10 games against each of the Cranbrook Bucks and Trail Smoke Eaters at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

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The B.C. Hockey League’s newest franchise will join two of its most storied clubs in one of five pods when league play resumes next month.

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