The opinions of a Western Hockey League radio broadcaster
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Cooke helping Huskies
Congratulations to Kelowna Rockets alumni Jordon Cooke for being named Canada West's Most Outstanding Player and Top Goaltender. Cooke, in his second season with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, set a new program record with 19 wins this season. Cooke helped the Huskies to a 22 win season and a birth in the Canada West final this weekend against the University of Alberta. The U of S Huskies are lead by head coach Dave Adolph, the father of former Kelowna Rockets forward Max Adolph. One of Cooke's teammates with the Huskies is Zak Stebner, who played one season with the Rockets in 2010-2011.