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Mar 27, 2015 | coreyd | 4288 views
Kitchener Jr. Rangers Minor Midget AA’s win Alliance AA Championship
The Jr. Rangers capped off their incredible season defeating the London Jr. Knights in game 6 of the Alliance AA Championship series going undefeated (3-0-3) in the finals winning the series 9 points to 3. 

The Rangers finished with an overall record of 36-16-10 which included 2 tournament wins (Rock N’ Roll Cup in Cleveland & Motown Cup in Detroit) as well as, an amazing 16 game undefeated streak, where the Rangers went 12-0-4. 

The Rangers were built around speed, hard work, and team commitment and proved themselves to be a team that could battle through any situation.  Their team motto “One Team, One Family” was very fitting for this tight knit group.  Anyone around the team could tell that they had something special and the Rangers had an incredible late season & playoff run going 17-2-7 in their final 26 games.

The coaching staff would like to thank all the players, parents, sponsors, and extended hockey families for giving us your support over the season.

The Kitchener Jr. Rangers Minor Midget Hockey Club would like to thank their sponsors, parents, fans, extended hockey family and the Kitchener Minor Hockey Association for allowing for such an unforgettable year.



Kitchener Jr. Rangers Minor Midget AA

2014-2015 AA Alliance Playdown Champions

“One Team, One Family”

Front Row (Left to Right): #7 Nick Weicker, #4 Steven Orleman, #1 Justin Osolnik, #22 Zach Ribeiro, #14 Matthew Gudzak, #16 Luke Kozak, #31 Morgan Heinbuch, #11 Eric Schiebel

Middle Row (Left to Right): #10 Jackson Schwartz, #6 Jack Riediger, #44 Wesley Forwell, #88 Nicholas Andreotte, #15 Ryan Stahley, #91 James Lemieux, #77 Sahrung Sehra, #9 Noah Gedja

Back Row (Left to Right): #66 Riley Cousineau, Bruce Storer (Trainer), #55 Nathan Von Hatten, Rod Dunkel (Coach), Jeff Berlette (Trainer), Scott McDonnell (Coach), Corey Dunbar (Coach)

Absent from Picture:  Dan Martin (Coach), Jennifer Murdoch (Manager)

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