Kelowna Rockers forward Andrew Cristall has been a force in his first full WHL Season. The Rockets playmaker has set a new highest scoring a record for 16-year-old players in franchise history with 26 goals this season.
The previous mark, 25, which stood for over a decade was held by Shane McColgan when he scored 25 goals in 2009-2010.
Cristall, one of the most dynamic playmakers the WHL has ever seen currently has 65 Points (26 G, 39A) in just 58 games played.
Andrew Cristall ties the Rockets rookie record for goals by a 16-year-old with this one from his wheelhouse.