Thursday, November 1, 2012

How did you like them apples?

Tyrell Goulbourne picked a great time to score his first goal of the season.  The 18 year-old knifed a shot from a sharp angle over the shoulder of goaltender Cole Cheveldave leading the Kelowna Rockets to a 3-0 win over the Kamloops Blazers, snapping their 14 game winning streak. Goulbourne's goal in the second period proved to be the game winner and was his first goal in 30 regular season games dating back to last season. Cody Fowlie, in his first home game in a Rockets uniform, scored two-third period goals in the teams 9th win of the season.

6 comments:

bigkev said...

Best game in a long time. see Regan there a better team with johnston in the stands

Regan Bartel said...

I was contemplating posting your comment Kevin, but this shows how little you know. Sorry to be harsh, but how do you not see his value? Do you only look at the score sheet at the end of the game to determine who made a contribution to the teams success? My guess is yes.

bigkev said...

Regan i know so much about hockey. Would you want a player on your team who gives the puck away every night has no puck sence and scores on his own net. with bell on the wing and Chapman hurt, we still got 6 better defenceman better then johnston.
If you think im wrong who is he better then.

Jared Comeau said...

I'm guessing Kevin also thought Brett Palin was useless............

g.k said...

Best game I can remember in a couple of seasons, if the Rockets can play like this consistently they will not only be successful but you will see alot more sellouts. I have also not been a big fan of Johnston, wish he could of played last night just to prove me wrong!! Hope he can play on Wednesday night against the Oil Kings, then he can show us how valuable he is!!

CA said...

Kevin is delusional. Like that is news to anyone.

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