Saturday, February 27, 2016

Tyson Time

Tyson Baillie became only the 5th player in Tacoma/Kelowna Rockets franchise history to reach 300 points in a career with a goal in Friday night's 4-3 win in Vancouver.
A third round bantam pick, Baillie has played in 319 games, scoring 132 goals and collecting 168 assists. Baillie's first point was recorded in his 16 year-old season in Everett, Washington when the soft spoken forward had a goal and an assist in his first career game. It was a sign of things to come.
Congratulations on the massive accomplishment.
Tyson Baillie joins Brett McLean, Jason Deleurme, John Varga and Marty Flichel as the five players to ever hit the 300 point plateau.
This season, Baillie leads the team with 85 points and is fourth in WHL scoring.

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