Troy Bourke (LW)
San Antonio Rampage
2013-14: Served as Prince Georgeâ€™s captain and finished second on the Cougars with 85 points (29g/56a) in 69 gamesâ€¦Led the team in assists and finished second in goalsâ€¦At the conclusion of Prince Georgeâ€™s season, Bourke joined the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL), signing an amateur tryout agreement on March 19â€¦Recorded seven points (3g/4a) in 15 games with the Monsters, which included three points (2g/1a) in his professional hockey debut on March 21 vs. Rochesterâ€¦Finished his junior career as Prince Georgeâ€™s all-time leader in points (236) and assists (152)â€¦Recorded four points (1g/3a) in his final junior contest on March 15 vs. Kamloops to break Eric Hunterâ€™s previous franchise scoring record of 233 pointsâ€¦Represented Team WHL during the 2013 Canada-Russia Subway Super Series from Nov. 28-29. 2012-13: Led the Prince George Cougars in assists (35) and finished second in points (50) and goals (15-tied). 2011-12: Led Prince George (WHL) in scoring with 56 points (18g/38a) in 71 gamesâ€¦Also paced the Cougars in assists and tied for the team lead in goalsâ€¦Co-led the squad in power-play goals with fiveâ€¦Following the season, helped Team Canada capture the bronze medal at the 2012 IIHF World Under-18 Championship in the Czech Republicâ€¦Tallied seven points (0g/7a) in seven games at the tournament, tying for the team lead in both assists (7) and plus/minus (+7). 2010-11: Recorded 42 points (19g/23a) in 68 games during his first full season with Prince Georgeâ€¦Led the Cougars with a +15 plus/minus rating and ranked ninth in WHL rookie scoringâ€¦Collected one assist in four postseason contestsâ€¦Earned a bronze medal with Team Canada Pacific at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, registering eight points (3g/5a) in six games. 2009-10: Began the season with the St. Albert Raiders of the Alberta Midget Hockey Legue prior to joining Prince George (WHL)â€¦Earned the AMHLâ€™s Top Forward Award after leading the league in goals (27) and finishing second in points (53)â€¦Appeared in five games for Prince George (3g/0a). Personal: Last name is pronounced BURK.