Aug 22,2014(ISN) – Former Kelowna Rockets goaltender coach Kim Dillabaugh is holding a public viewing
of the Stanley Cup on Friday in Kelowna, after winning his second Cup as a member
of the LA Kings coaching staff earlier this year.
Now a full time goalie coach for the LA Kings, Dillabaugh will host a public viewing
and picture event at Prospera Place from 3 to 5 p.m. on Friday where fans will be
able to come and get a picture with the Cup.
It’s the second time Dillabaugh has won the Cup with the Kings.
Dillabaugh was hired full time this off-season by the Kings and resigned his
position after 11 seasons as a Rockets assistant. Dillabaugh is also a Rockets
alumni player, having played for the original Tacoma Rockets and in Kelowna before
moving into coaching.
Meanwhile the Rockets rookie training camp is continuing through Sunday with close
to 100 young hockey prospects skating in games at Prospera Place. The Rockets main
training camp will begin Monday night and run until Friday.
Kelowna opens the WHL exhibition season at home on Aug. 30 vs. Kamloops.