Foote Makes NHL Debut
Former Kelowna Rockets captain, Cal Foote, made his NHL debut last night with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Paired with veteran blueliner Ryan McDonagh, Foote was +2 on the night in 10:59 of ice time.
Foote, 22, spent three full seasons patrolling the blueline for the Rockets between 2015 and 2018.
He appeared in 202 regular-season games for Kelowna during his WHL career, posting 163 points (33G, 130A), 123 penalty minutes and a +86 plus-minus rating.
The Englewood, CO product was drafted 14th overall by the Lightning at the 2017 NHL Draft, he spent the last two seasons with Tampa's AHL affiliate.
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Former Kelowna Rockets captain Cal Foote
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