Kitchener Rangers

Balanced Steelheads effort trumped by Rangers star power

Mike Petizian helped propel the Kitchener Rangers to a 4-3 shootout victory against his hometown Mississauga Steelheads in front of a sold out (COVID regulations) Kitchener crowd of 1,000 Friday night.

The OHL is slowly gearing back up after an 18 month absence, mirroring the Rangers overall sluggish performance in the game. Petizian, the diminutive fourth year forward wasted no time getting on the board twice in the first six minutes to help bring Kitchener to a 2-1 record in the preseason.

OHL 2017-2018 Season Preview: Western Conference

Erie Otters Division: Midwest Coach: Chris Hartsburg (1st year) 2016-17 Record: (50-15- 3) – 2016-17 OHL Champions Key Additions: Emmett Sproule (C, OHL Priority Selection) Stephane Patry (C)– CHL Import Draft) Alex Gritz (C- trade…

Steelheads beat Rangers with OT winner

Everett Clark had two goals and Alexander Nylander scored in overtime to complete the comeback as the Mississauga Steelheads snapped a three-game losing streak and beat the Kitchener Rangers 3-2 in OHL action Sunday afternoon….

OHL’s Rangers finally coming home

Rangers head coach and GM Steve Spott tells the Toronto Observer about the effect of the NHL lockout on his club moving forward Finally, the Kitchener Rangers can park their bus overnight. After eight games…