Madison Bowey Scores a Career-High Five Points


One Capitals top prospect Madison Bowey added another huge WHL game to his resume. After he collected three assists in a power play show in his first game back in junior, Bowey scored career-high five points (two goals, three assists) in Kelowna’s dramatic 7-5 victory over Vancouver that was broadcast around Western Canada on Shaw TV.

Both of Bowey’s goals came shorthanded. All three of his assists were recorded while the Rockets were on the power play.

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Washington Capitals top defensive prospect Madison Bowey tallied three fancy assists in the Kelowna Rockets’ convincing 8-2 win over the Prince George Cougars on Saturday.

It was the first WHL game of the year for Bowey, who missed his team’s first two games (both wins) while he participated in the Caps’ training camp. Bowey was assessed four penalty minutes (two roughing minors) as the teams combined for 92 minutes in the penalty box.

Bowey was named the game’s first star.

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New Captain Madison Bowey Scores A Pretty Goal

Photo credit: David Chan

On Saturday night, Washington Capitals defensive prospect Madison Bowey took the ice in a game against Prince George Cougars. It was Bowey’s second game as a captain of his Kelowna Rockets squad, and it was one to remember.

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Kelowna Rockets Name Madison Bowey Captain

Bowey and the ‘C’. (Photo credit: Regan Bartel)

2013 second-round selection Madison Bowey has been named captain for the Kelowna Rockets. Bowey, veteran of two WHL seasons with Kelowna, had been one of three players wearing the ‘A’ on his jersey for the first part of the season. Friday’s game against Prince George Cougars was his first as captain. Continue Reading

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Scouting Madison Bowey: Plays Tough, Good Wheels


Before the game, Bowey was named player of the month. (Photo credit: Kelowna Rockets)

The Capitals selected defenseman Madison Bowey in the second round of the 2013 draft. The high-scoring defenseman was something of a draft-day dropper, and the Caps seemed pleased to get him when they did.

After getting assigned to the juniors, Bowey started the season hot. He was named his team’s player of the month in September with eight points in six games– seventh among WHL defensemen overall.

On Friday, Bowey’s Kelowna Rockets played the Portland Winterhawks and another of Washington’s defensive prospects, Garrett Haar. The Rockets won 6-2, and both Bowey and Haar had an assist.

I have provided video of Bowey’s play from that game. He is talented.

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