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Renegades Run to The Russell Cup Begins
YOUR Renegades built off last year’s success by improving their record this season and winning the regular-season South Division title. Led by the GMHL’s leading point getter Ryan Fritz, the Renegades will look to be the team that survives the South Division playoffs. Ryan produced 51 goals and 80 assists for 131 points and will be looking to continue his season success in the playoffs after being named the Top Forward in the South Division.
YOUR Renegades will travel to the Streetsville Flyers on Wednesday at 3 pm as the teams begin their best-of-three series.
Our first home playoff date is Saturday. Playoff tickets will be available at the door! Please note that regular season tickets are not valid for the playoffs.
Tickets cost $15 for adults, $10 for kids 10 to 15, $10 for senior and students while kids under 10 are free!
The Flyers have had a difficult season and will be looking to rectify that in playoffs while counting on Jeremey Rottke and his team leading 3 goals 24 assists for 27 points.
In other South Division playoff matchups, the Bradford Bulls had a dominant season for their first year in the South Division. Led by their team captain Ryan Hunter, they are another team that will be looking to make it out of the South Division and into the finals. Ryan has helped the Bulls as their leading scorer with 51 goals and 65 assists for 116 points and will be trying to make a push to help his team win their opening-round series against Northumberland.
Although the Stars finished closer to the bottom of the standings, they improved their record season over the last. They will be able to rely on Pavel Smirnov, Bo Stevenson, and Thomas Murphy to try and create a surprise in the playoffs against Bradford.
After losing in the finals last season, the Durham Roadrunners are looking to make their way back to the finals this season. All season they have been able to count on Kyle Smith, Hayden Webster and Trevor Urquhart for their offensive production. They will continue to count on that production going into the playoffs and will hope to come out on top of the very competitive South Division.
They will meet the Tottenham Thunder, another team that improved their season record from the last. Alexis Hebert was at the forefront of their success with 16 goals and 15 assists for 31 points. The Thunder will be looking to continue their season improvement into the playoffs against the Roadrunners.
The Niagara Predators will be looking to take advantage of their home ice in the first round of the playoffs. They will be relying on the strong showing of Cameron Savoie who, in just 25 games, produced 18 goals and 25 assists for 43 points, when they take on St. George.
The Ravens didn’t improve on their last 24 win season and were not able to secure home ice advantage. However, come puck drop versus the Predators, the Ravens can count on Malcolm Campbell. He produced 26 goals and 29 assists for 55 points and will look to lead his team in the playoffs.
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