The 04 Junior Rangers had a record of 4-1 in the Cyclones Tournament this past weekend. They defeated the Lovell Knights 4-1 and then went on to beat the Connecticut Nighthawks with the same score of 4-1 to capture the Championship. Great job by the entire team this weekend!
Congratulations to 18U forward Jared McCracken on being named to the EJEPL All Star Game! McCracken, a Buford, GA native, will be the first player to represent the Rangers program in the EJEPL All Star Game that will take place on January 25th at Brown University. In 37 total games this season, McCracken has 19 goals and 42 points. In addition to the 37 games played at the 18U level, Jared has played 9 games with our Junior B team where the 17 year old has 9 goals and 14 points in 9 games.
"Jared has really dedicated himself to being the best player on the ice every game with us this season. He came up here in July this past summer to train at our facility with High End Hockey and continues to put in the extra time in the weight room. Because of his dedication he has been able to attract attention from numerous colleges and has earned this personal accolade." said 18U head coach Jon Hutcheon.
Jr. Rangers ’02 Select team brings home Gold from Lake Placid
The ’02 Select team enjoyed some success in the Can/Am Challenge Cup in Lake Placid, NY last weekend (Nov. 13-16th).
The team qualified for the Gold Medal game with a 2-1-1 record during the competitive Round Robin play.
Stellar goaltending by Andrew Macdonald and Michael Graham, combined with a stout defense, limited the opposition to just 4 goals during the 4 preliminary games.
In the 2-1 Gold Medal win vs. the Central Mass Outlaws, Logan Campbell notched both goals, including the winner with 1:09 left in the game, off a feed from Ned Malolopszy.
“The kids really stepped it up when it counted. A total team effort all weekend with contributions from everyone was the key” , the coaches said. “ We got great goaltending, really tough defense, and some timely, clutch goals.”