2008-09: Bloodoff is feisty and has become a reliable depth player in Kelowna. The winger played 71 regular season games and 22 playoff games.
2009-10: A durable player for most of his career, Bloodoff missed the vast majority of the 2009-10 season to injury, icing up for only 9 regular season games and posting 3 goals. He was however healthy for the Rockets playoff run, where in 12 games, he posted 3 assists.
2010-11: After missing most of the previous season due to injury, Bloodoff returned to Kelowna for an over-age season and put up his best career numbers as a 20-year-old. Skating in all 72 games for the WHL’s BC Division first-place Rockets, he scored 22 goals with 22 assists and was +11 with 76 PMs. Bloodoff was suspended for the first four games of the WHL playoffs due to a hit in a regular season game against Vancouver and finished -1, scoring 1 goal with 4 assists and 10 PMs in six games as the Rockets reached the second round. A 2009 draft pick of the Coyotes, he was not tendered a contract offer in June 2011; becoming an unrestricted free agent.