BOYS REP HOCKEY (Kitchener Minor Hockey)

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Boys Rep Hockey - Kitchener Junior Rangers

Kitchener Minor Hockey operates four categories of boys representative hockey, AAA, AA, A, and MD.   This year KMHA will be having 'AA' teams at Peewee, Minor Bantam and Bantam.

Fall Tryouts - Registration

Registration for tryouts is an option available when players register for the 2013-2014 Hockey season under Boys Online Registration.  Only those who register for the tryout option will be allowed to attend.

2013-2014 "AAA" COACHES

Midget AAA - Pat Keller - 
Minor Midget AAA - Dean DeSilva -
Bantam AAA - Michael McIlveen -
Minor Bantam AAA - Greg Bignell -
Peewee AAA - Dave Bloch -
Minor Peewee AAA - Fred Gregory -
Atom AAA - Mark Germann -

2013-2014 "AA" COACHES

Minor Midget AA - Rod Dunkel -
Bantam AA - Tyler Curtis -
Minor Bantam AA - Tim Holmes -
Peewee AA - Dan Tsandelis -

2013-2014 "A" COACHES

Bantam A - Dave Armstrong -
Minor Bantam A - Mike Cameron -
Peewee A - Dave Zuber -    
Minor Peewee A - Jason Mooney -
Atom A - Don Bush -
Minor Atom A - Jeremy Steinberg -

2013-2014 "MD" COACHES

Division Tier 1 (MD Red) Tier 2 (MD Blue)
Note: MD Red will select first, MD Blue will select second
Midget Larry Kruse
No Team for 2013/2014
Minor Midget Peter Shepherd
Matt Kennedy
Bantam Matt Doyle
Jeff Henrich
Minor Bantam Roger Brown
Mark Trudeau
Peewee Christopher Graves

Jeff Heibein
Todd McDougall

Note: Minor Atom to Minor Peewee will be a draft process
MD Red MD Blue
Minor Peewee Rob Kliewer
Darrin Stasso
Atom Chris McFarlane
Jason Haughton
Minor Atom Tim Knight
Jim Schmidt
Note: Red will select first, Blue and White will be a draft process
Novice MD RED Neil Morgan
Greg Palmer
Novice MD Blue Don McConnell
Jason Shular
Novice MD White Paul Blakely
Note: Novice MD Black is made up of players born in 2006 (underage)
Novice MD Black Tim Petzold  

To contact the Boys Rep Convenors click here  -Boys Rep Convenors


To provide an elite level of minor hockey that promotes the importance and understanding of work ethic, good sportsmanship, discipline, team work and the fair treatment of other during competition, both in Kitchener and beyond, under all circumstances and all conditions. To teach respect for others, regardless of race, place of origin, family circumstance, gender or creed. To encourage community involvement, now and in the future, in order to help in the development of other young people by passing on the lessons and knowledge gained during the player’s years of competition. 

The KMHA Jr Rangers are encouraged to uphold these principles during their time of competition, and to become fine young adults, contributing to the community after their playing involvement is over.

The Kitchener Minor Hockey Association’s Representative Program was developed to allow for the potential development of a hockey player at the highest level of competition and at the caliber most suited to the individuals hockey player’s needs. 

It is a goal of everyone involved to have each player play at the highest caliber of hockey they are capable of playing.

The KMHA JR Rangers play in the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario. The Alliance is a member of the Ontario Hockey Federation under the auspices of Hockey Canada.

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