• HIRING ASST. COACH The North York Renegades are now accepting resumes for the open Asst. Coach position for the 2016-2017 season. This position will be assisting Head Coach Ryan Ramsey in the operation of hockey activities. Email: ryan@renegadeshockeyclub.ca ...
  • PAIR OF OT LOSSES ON WEEKEND The North York Renegades have picked up two points in their last two games. Both points being overtime losses to first the Ice Jets and then the Predators. With both games being just one goal games, it shows the Renegades are right there with the middle of the pack in the divisional standings...
  • BATTLE WITH JETS 4-3 FINAL The was a hard fought battle against the North Renegades rival, the Toronto Blue Ice Jets. Unfortunately, the Renegades fell behind 4-3 and could not find the two points. None the less, it was a strong showing -- the Ice Jets are a GMHL powerhouse franchise
  • KEARNEY LEADING RENEGADES He is just 16 years of age, but power forward Connor Kearney is one of the shining high profile prospects in the North York Renegades system. At 6'2", 200lbs Kearny is earning a repuation as one of the elite young forwards in the GMHL's South Division.
  • RENEGADES POUND NORFOLK The North York Renegades had their most lopsided win in franchise history. The club pounded the Norfolk Vikings 8-0 final. The club has now won two of their last three matches. Josh Hachey had a the best night of his young junior career...
  • MANNARN NAMED TO ALLSTAR GAME The North York Renegades will be represented by star forward Mark Mannarn at the 2016 GMHL All-Star game in Tottenham, Ontairo. Mannarn is just 17 years of age and one of the shining bright spots in the North York Renegades organization...
  • HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM THE RENEGADES The North York Renegades would like to wish all of the club's fans, volunteers, staff and our players & families a very happy and safe holiday season. The Renegades are now off until January. North York ended the 2015 year strong with a good game against the Toronto Attack...

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