Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Here is a video recap
Quebec City – Gage Quinney of Las Vegas scored the only goal of the game for the WHL Kelowna Rockets in a 2-1 loss to the Oshawa Generals before 7002 at the Colisee Pepsi here at the Memorial Cup. Gage, getting his 4th goal here, was named the #2 Star of the Game. He is the #1 goal scorer in the tournament.
Oshawa advances to the gold medal game. Kelowna is 1-2-0 overall here.
Kelowna will face either the Quebec Remparts or Rimouski Oceanic in a semi-final or a tie-breaker game later this week.
Monday, May 25, 2015
Quebec City – Gage Quinney of Las Vegas scored two more goals for the WHL Kelowna Rockets in a crushing 7-3 win over Rimouski Oceanic, champions of the Quebec Jr Hockey League, in a Memorial Cup game before 6981 at the Coliseo Pepsi on Monday night.
Kelowna is now 1-1-0 overall and will next take on the powerful Oshawa Generals who are 2-0-0 in tournament play. Oshawa has a 5-4 OT win over the Quebec Remparts and a 4-3 win over Rimouski.
Kelowna vs Oshawa will be at Coliseo Pepsi on Tuesday night.
Quinney has 3 goals here, giving him 9 goals in playoff action for the Kelowa Rockets this season. Overall, he has 25 goals, 37 assists for 62 points.
The NAHL Wenatchee Wild are holding a press conference on June 1st at 3:00PM regarding the future of the Wenatchee Wild. We will have a panel with Bliss Littler, Don West, Mark Miller, and two special guest present answering the media’s questions. The Conference will be held in the Crunch Pak room located inside the Town Toyota Center.
A Lunch will be catered by Mikes Meats for those in attendance following the conference. The lunch will be a great chance to meet with the Wild staff and ask questions about the upcoming season.
We request that you contact us prior to Thursday May 28th to confirm your attendance. You can call the Wild office at 509-888-7825 or email email@example.com with your name and the number in your group. There is a limited amount of space, so make sure to call and reserve your spot today.
Two Las Vegas skaters – Brendan Harris and Ryan Chiasson – skated for the NAHL Wenatchee Wild last season.
LAS VEGAS PLAYOFF SCORING LEADERS – 2014-15 Points……………………………………Goals/Assists ===============================
3 – JASON ZUCKER, NHL MINNESOTA WILD 2/1 ================================
LAS VEGAS PLAYERS AWAY FROM HOME
18 – GAGE QUINNEY, WHL KELOWNA ROCKETS 10/8
6 – ZACH POCHIRO, WHL PRINCE GEORGE COUGARS 4/2
4 – BRENDAN HARRIS, NAHL WENATCHEE WILD 2/2
3 – KYLE PACHECO, WSHL LAS VEGAS STORM 2/1
3 – MIKE TRIMBOLI, UTAH STATE 2/1
2 – CHRIS RIAL, ST NORBERT 2/0
2 – BRANDON BAVIS, WSHL LAS VEGAS STORM 1/1
2 – JOEY RAATS, USHL SIOUX FALLS STAMPEDE 1/1
2 – LANDON QUINNEY, AAA ARIZONA BOBCATS 16U 1/1
2 – NATHAN FOURNIER, WSHL LAS VEGAS STORM 0/2
1 – MORITZ MATZKA, WSHL LAS VEGAS STORM 0/1
1 – ETHAN MONTOYA, AAA ONTARIO AVALANCHE 18U 0/1
1 – JOE SULLIVAN, ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY 0/1
1 – DEREK SUTLIFFE, ST SCHOLASTICA COLLEGE 0/1
1 – PHILIP TRAXLER, WSHL LAS VEGAS STORM 0/1
Monday, May 25, 2015
Las Vegas – After an awesome season with the NHL Minnesota Wild, Jason Zucker has returned home to Las Vegas for the summer – Lee
Monday, May 25, 2015
Quebec City – Gage Quinney of Las Vegas and the WHL Kelowna Rockets return to action tonight against Quebec Major Junior Hockey League champions Rimousi Oceanic at the Mastercard Memorial Cup.
Both teams are 0-1-0, losing their opening games by the same 4-3 score. Game time tonight is 7:30 pm.
Back in 2003-04, Sidney Crosby was a teenager when played for Rimouski and had a club record 135 points.
Gage has 7 goals, 7 assists for 14 points in playoff action for the Rockets this season. He has the most playoff goals and assists among all Las Vegas players away from home 2014-15.
Micah Sanford and Nick Robone of Las Vegas will be coaching three Las Vegas Rebels roller teams – two in 14u, one in 12u – and will be skating in NARCh Pro with the Mission Bauer Arizona Outcasts. The tournament opens Friday morning at The Rinks in Huntington Beach, California.
Hockey coach Rob Pallin coached his first midget-level hockey club in the 1999-2000 season in Las Vegas. His Las Vegas teams collectively played in the biggest of games, skated at the U.S. Nationals and players from his AAA/AA clubs advanced to juniors, colleges and professional play. Coach Rob, now coaching Sapa Fehervar AV19 in Hungary, said he put this list together because he “wanted to bring recognition to the Las Vegas players who always gave it their all.” The players listed skated for Pallin at either the Santa Fe Stations Ice Arena or at the SoBe Ice Arena.
ROB PALLIN’S ALL-TIME AAA TEAM IN LAS VEGAS
Adam Naglich, Josh Jasek, Chris Francis
Eddie Samuels, Conrad Trimbath, Anthony Greener
Nate Rein, Ryan King, Evan Zucker
Eddie Del Grosso, Justin Johnson, Eric Williams
Tim Douglas, Paul Lowden
Spike Neely, JC Caron, Ethan Montoya
WHERE ARE THEY NOW
JC Caron – house hockey
Eddie Del Grosso – not active
Tim Douglas – not active
Chris Francis – Sapa Fehervar AV19, Hungary
Anthony Greener – Head coach UNLV Rebels
Josh Jasek – retired
Justin Johnson – retired
Paul Lowden – retired
Ethan Montoya – will announce for this fall
Adam Naglich – skated in Italy last winter
Spike Neely – house hockey
Nate Rein – not active
Eddie Samuels – scouting
Conrad Trimbath – out of hockey
Eric Williams – will announce for this fall
Evan Zucker – Coach AA Las Vegas Storm bantams
Here are the Top 5 Las Vegas skaters away from home for 2014-15
64 – GAGE QUINNEY, WHL KELOWNA ROCKETS 26/38
62 – CHRIS FRANCIS, ECHL ALASKA ACES 26/36
58 – LANDON QUINNEY, AAA ARIZONA BOBCATS 16U 27/30, NAHL CORPUS CHRISTI ICERAYS 1/0
48 – BRENDAN HARRIS, NAHL WENATCHEE WILD 18/30
47 – ZACH POCHIRO, WHL PRINCE GEORGE COUGARS 23/24