Luke Moffatt (d.o.b. June 11, 1992) and Nick Shore (d.o.b. Sept. 26, 1992) are too young to play more that five 2007-08 regular season games with the Rockets.
Drew Shore would appear to still belong to the Chilliwack Bruins.
"Bruce Hamilton is continuing to pursue dynamic players south of the border ...high end scorer to compliment Kytnar."
"...we have an exceptional player that played college last year that I think is considering leaving."
One possible who seems to match the hints might be:
Kelowna Rockets 2004 Bantam Draft Pick
ROUND 7 - 140th Overall Colin Wilson C 10/20/89 Winnipeg, MB
Colin Wilson USNTDP U-18 Team 10-20-89 Boston University
Colin Wilson, the son of NHL standout Cary Wilson, was dominant at the AAA Midget level in Canada before joining the USA Hockey National Team Developmental Program. After moving up from the U-17s to join the U-18s late in the 2005-06 season, he was a member of the gold-medal winning team at the 2006 World U-18 Championships. He was the second-leading scorer this past year for the U-18s, which won the silver medal at the World Championships, and was tied for the lead in scoring for the tournament. He is projected as a top-20 pick for 2008 NHL Entry Draft.
"Great hockey sense, real versatile," USA Hockey's Jim Johannson said. "Great faceoff guy and just a winner in how he plays."
"He's not a fantastic skater but he's described as a warrior with smart, two-way skills. Hard nosed, works hard and physical."