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Kelowna Rockets release Tate Coughlin

The Kelowna Rockets have released 19-year-old forward Tate Coughlin.
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October 11, 2016 - 10:43 AM

The Kelowna Rockets have released 19-year-old forward Tate Coughlin.

Coughlin was in his third full season for the Rockets, having skated in 107 regular season games for the team as well as five playoff games, amassing four goals and nine assists in that time.

A native of Victoria, Coughlin had played in four games for the Rockets this season.

The Rockets organization would like to thank Tate for his efforts, both on the ice and in the community.

The Rockets are back at home this weekend, hosting Saskatoon on Friday night and Swift Current on Saturday at Prospera Place.

Tickets are available for the game through, at the Prospera Place box office or by phone at 250-762-5050.

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