In less than a week, Rangers 2021 Tryout Camp officially opens up. The coaching staff are excited to get back at it and it potentially could be a very busy 4 weeks for the players who make it through the phases. The link below has the entire tryout schedule for the Rangers.
Good Luck To All Players!
PLEASE NOTE - CHANGE TO PHASE 3 ICE TIMES
Camp Link: REVISED 2021 Rangers Fall Tryout Schedule
This past weekend we saw and heard, Riley Kidney's name being called in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. Riley played for the Rangers from 2016-2018 and played a huge role in our Championship Title 2016-2017 as a rookie. During his second season, Riley was our team captain, finshed the regular season with 80 points and help lead our team to a 2nd place finish at League Championships. Riley went on to play for the Cole Harbor Wolfpack U18 Major and represent Nova Scotia at Canada Winter Games in 2019 and is currently with the Acadie-Bathurst Titans of the QMJHL
Riley becomes the 3rd player from our program to get drafted to the NHL, as he joins Evan Fitzpatrick (St.Louis Blues 2016, 2nd round 59th overall) and Ryan Francis (Calgary Flames 2020, 5th round 143 overall) in hearing their names being called.
Amazing weekend for Riley and his family and congrats to all the other Nova Scotian players to hear their names called. #NSPROUD #PROUDOFOURALUMNI #RANGERPRIDE #HNS
The Rangers will be offering a HNS Certified Checking Clinic April 4th / April 5th. All 2008 born players must complete a HNS Certified Checking Clinic prior to stepping on the ice for any U15 Major or U15 Minor (AA,A,B) tryouts. This camp is open to all 2008 players living inside or outside of The Rangers "Boundaries". (Sackville, Dartmouth, Truro etc)
All 2007 / 2008 players who want to play U15 Major must attend their regional team camps this spring to be eligible to play this upcoming season. Please see attached link for the registration form for both the checking clinic and the Rangers ID Camp.
Registration Form for Checking Clinic and Rangers Spring ID Camp 2021
The Rangers and the Nova Scotia U15 Major Hockey League will be kicking off their camps as early as September 1st.
The Rangers Camp for the first phase, all players will get 6 hours of ice plus a fitness test. The fitness evaluation will take place Sunday August 30th at Weir Field, Sackville. All players and goalies are to take part in the evaluation. Ice Times will be determined in the coming days. The cost for the first phase is $200.00. Please fill out Registration form and send it to email@example.com
There has been some initaial changes to the the U15 Major Tryour Process since Covid. Every year there is a Spring ID Camp which narrows down the numbers going into the Summer Phase. This year there will not be an Initial ID Camp.
Phase 1 Starts September 1st. - First release date is September 14th, camps are down to to 30 players
Phase 2 begins September 15th - Teams 2nd release date September 25, camps numbers reduced to 24
Phase 3 begins September 26 - Teams final release date is September 30th
Any questions on registration or the evaluation process please email firstname.lastname@example.orgRangers U15 Major Training Camp Form
All 2007 born players must complete a HNS Checking Clinic prior to stepping on the ice for any Bantam Tryouts (Minor Hockey or Major Bantam). All players 2006 & 2007 who want to play Major Bantam must attend their regional team camps in the Spring to be eligible to play this upcoming season. See attached link for registration form for both checking and Spring ID Camp
Riley Kidney went in the 1st Round 11th overall to the Acadie-Bathurst Titans.
Cole Foston went in the 4th Round 70th Overall to the Halifax Mooseheads.
Mike Sack went in the 11th Round 196 Overall to the Halifax Mooseheads.
As an organization, we couldn't be happier to see our alumni get one more step closer to making dreams come true! Congratulations to the three of them and their families!!!
This event is where the some of the top 2nd year players from all the teams in the league get to showcase their talents. It is a full day for the players and the coaching staffs involved.(practices, guest speakers and the Game at 4pm)
Representing The Rangers in the Showcase Game are Forwards Jarrett Todd, Jaden Hardie, Defenseman Alex Carr and Goalie Gabe Thomey along with the Rangers Coaching Staff.
Come out to watch some of the best play at the Major Bantam Level as it should be an exciting game to watch.
Each year the Children's Wish Foundation teams up with the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League to help raise funds that will help grant a child's wish. Kyle is living with Cystic Fibrosis, a severe progressive disease that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system.
This didn't slow Kyle down as he spent time with the Rangers and got involved in all the activities with finding time to enjoying a Cheeseburger and fries while watching the Rangers go onto victory over the Valley Wildcats.
The Ranger families, friends and the help of Virgin Radio Megan Coady who MC the event, held a bake sale, 50/50, Toss A Puck and other activities during the game to help raise funds for this great cause.
The Children's Wish Foundation is the largest and only all-Canadian wish granting charity dedicated to granting the wishes of children between the ages of 3-17 years old who have been diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. Over the last two years, the NSMBHL has been able to raise over $60,000 for this great cause.
Check out The Rangers Facebook page to see more photos of the day.
On Saturday December 7th the Rangers and their families hosted a Breakfast with Santa at the Sackville Arena. All proceeds from this event went to support two local families with the help of the Salvation Army. On Sunday after their game, the boys hit the road and did some shopping for those families.