Rangers Leash Bulldogs, News, Major Bantam Red, MD (Kitchener Minor Hockey)

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Rangers Leash Bulldogs
Submitted By Dave Horne on Sunday, October 27, 2019
The Kitchener Jr Rangers MD Red team executed their most dominate game start to finish to date with a second consecutive 11 to 1 win in league play, this time crushing the Burlington Bulldogs Red team Sunday night.

The Rangers controlled the puck all game and managed to outshoot the Bulldogs 65 to 4 in the game with 4 Rangers, Jacob Reid-Brant, Connor Coughlin, Caleb Cumming and Stephen Peppas, recording two goals each. The Rangers showed up hungry and immediately took control once the puck was dropped. With a full lineup, their speed and execution was no match for anything Burlington was able to offer.

Peppas opened the scoring from Denver Heiman and Logan Duke. Cummings scored an amazing goal after stripping the puck from the Bulldogs and breaking in alone. Quinten Earle showed off his his hand to eye skills with a beautiful tip off Chad Morris from Jake Fisher. Reid-Brant had his first from Cumming and Coughlin and then Coughlin scored from Cumming. Duke had an absolute highlight goal shorthanded from Kodi Blackshaw. Cumming had his second goal from Reid-Brant and Josh McDonald. Evan Peori entered the mix scoring from Matt Gallant. Stephen Peppas added his second of the game which was unassisted. Coughlin scored from Reid-Brant and Toby Pryce before Reid-Brant put on the finishing touches from Coughlin.

All in all the Rangers played fantastic hockey and moved the puck very well. Noah Park did a great job defensively as did Josh McDonald who was a fantastic presence in the Rangers defensive zone, controlling the play and helping limit the shots against.

Owen Neomytka was a last-minute call-in net after an equipment issue forced Aiden Radatus to miss the game and played well for the Rangers despite long periods without action. Neomytka did not received a shot on goal until halfway through the second period. If it wasn't for a defensive lapse by the Rangers, his night would have stayed perfect.

Next up the Rangers play the rival Blue team Friday night and the coaches expect the same effort from the team.

Go Rangers!

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