The Kelowna Rockets will have 17-year-old defenseman Tyson Dowzack in the fold when they open training camp next month.
Dowzack was selected by the Rockets in the 6th round of the 2003 bantam draft.
A native of Fergus Falls Minnesota, Dowzack has played the past two seasons withn Shattuck-St. Mary's under 18 team.
He is 6 foot 5, 220 pounds.
Rockets Sign Defenseman
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