Colorado Avalanche
Colorado Avalanche
Troy Bourke
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
BIRTHDATE: 03/30/1994
AGE: 22
DRAFTED: COL: 2012-72 overall
2014-15: Registered 22 points (9g/13a) with a +1 plus/minus rating in 61 games during his first full season with Lake Erie (AHL)…Missed six games from Oct. 25-Nov. 7 with an upper-body injury, suffered Oct. 24 at Grand Rapids…Scored on a penalty shot on Feb. 12 vs. Charlotte, which served as the game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory for the Monsters.

2013-14: Served as Prince George’s captain and finished second on the Cougars with 85 points (29g/56a) in 69 games…Led the team in assists and finished second in goals…At the conclusion of Prince George’s season, Bourke joined the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL), signing an amateur tryout agreement on March 19…Recorded seven points (3g/4a) in 15 games with the Monsters, which included three points (1g/2a) in his professional hockey debut on March 21 vs. Rochester…Finished his junior career as Prince George’s all-time leader in points (236) and assists (152)…Recorded four points (1g/3a) in his final junior contest on March 15 vs. Kamloops to break Eric Hunter’s previous franchise scoring record of 233 points…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 games…Also paced the Cougars in assists and tied for the team lead in goals…Co-led the squad in power-play goals with five…Following the season, helped Team Canada capture the bronze medal at the 2012 IIHF World Under-18 Championship in the Czech Republic…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 George…Led the Cougars with a +15 plus/minus rating and ranked ninth in WHL rookie scoring…Collected one assist in four postseason contests…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)…Earned the AMHL’s Top Forward Award after leading the league in goals (27) and finishing second in points (53)…Appeared in five games for Prince George (3g/0a).

Personal: Last name is pronounced BURK.