• 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 ...
  • MCKENZIE LEADS TEAM TO SHOOTOUT WIN The North York Renegades pulled back to .500 with a huge shootout victory over the Tottenham Steam at home. A 5:4 final in the shootout was highlighted by Brendan Mackenzie's three goal preformance. Mackenzie also potted the shootout winner.
  • ADD HALKIDIS TO BENCH STAFF The North York Renegades have added Nick Halkidis to the Bench Staff for the 2018-2019 season. Halkidis played juniors with the Whitby Fury (CCHL), and was a 10th Round OHL Draft Selection to the Brampton Battalion in 2008.
  • 2018-2019 SEASON SCHEDULE The North York Renegades will kick off their exciting 2018-2019 season with a home match-up versus the London Lakers. The Home Opener will take place on September 18th at 7:45PM. North York will look to continue to build on their strong season...
  • 2018 GMHL ENTRY DRAFT At the Canlan Ice Sports York, the third place North York Renegades took to the ice to host the ninth place Toronto Predators on January 13th in a south division Greater Metro Hockey League match – up.
  • OJHL STAR LANDS ON RENEGADES On May 13th in Barrie, Ontario at the Greater Metro Hockey League’s south division fourth place (32-9-0-1) North York Renegades took part in the 2018 GMHL Draft
  • END OF A SEASON The North York Renegades have wrapped up a successful season, following a Game #3 loss to the Bradford Bulls in the Russell Cup Playoffs. The tight fought series was grueling till the end, with the Bulls taking the first game, North York surviving through the 2nd ...