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Rockets’ Scout Living The Game

By Kevin Parnell

Almost 20 years ago, when the Rockets franchise moved to Kelowna, longtime Saskatchewan hockey man Graham Tuer found himself unattached to a Western Hockey League team.

He had been associated with the WHL, helping to build the Regina Pats organization (his name hangs in the rafters in Regina’s arena) as the team’s head scout and assistant general manager.

But Tuer had decided to leave the organization and focus on his other duties, some of which included working with the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League, the Saskatchewan Development Model or with NHL Central Scouting.

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Lorne White began his sports journalism career at the Kelowna Daily Courier in 1969. He retired in January 2014 and is now the photographer, editor and publisher of the Okanagan Sports Page.

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