• RENEGADES PARTNER WITH BLYTH ACADEMY The North York Renegade are proud to partner with Blyth Academy as our official education partner.
  • IMPROVE TO 5-0-0 ON SEASON On September 22nd, the North York Renegades hit the road looking to keep their four-game winning streak alive when they headed to London, Ontario to meet the Lakers in south division Greater Metro Hockey League action.
  • TWO WINS TO OPEN 2019 SEASON After opening the 2019 – 2020 Greater Metro Hockey League south division season in Windsor with a 5 – 2 win over the Aces on Friday, September 14th, the North York Renegades took to the ice in an afternoon matinee in Kingsville, Ontario on September 15th in GMHL action...
  • FOUR RENEGADES AT GMHL ALL-STAR GAME The North York Renegades were proud to have four of our own at the 2019 GMHL All-Star Game in Ville-Marie, Quebec. It was an amazing event hosted by the Pirates, with first class accomodations and treatment from the town.
  • MANNARN COMMITS KINGS COLLEGE (NCAA D3) The North York Renegades would like to Congratulate Mark Mannarn on his commitment to King’s College (NCAA D3). Mark played three years for the Renegades from 2015 -2018. Mannarn is the Renegades' all time leading scorer with 100 points over 94 games.
  • EXCEED FUNDRAISING GOAL FOR MOVEMBER The North York Renegades would like to thank all of our supporters for helping raise an incredible $1545.00 towards our charity fundraiser!! The Renegades set out early in November with a goal of $1500. Players and families on the Renegades grew what they could to show support
  • MOVEMBER CHARITY FUNDRAISER The Movember Foundation is saving and improving men’s lives through projects focused on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. The North York Renegades are raising funds to support this cause. Please donate what you can or help share awareness of our fundraiser.
  • THREE WIN WEEKEND The North York Renegades are one of the hottest teams in the GMHL's South Division. The Renegades rattled off three wins in three nights to improve their record to 8-4-0. First up on the weekend was the Oshawa Riverkings ...