PRESS RELEASES

RENEGADES END STRONG BUILDING YEAR

North York, Ontario
Feb 24, 2016

The North York Renegades have ended their season with their heads held high.

It was a slow start to the year with some very tough hurdles to get over. However, the North York squad that finished the year could compete with anyone in the league and have built a great foundations looking forward.

 Come the end of the year, the team's leading scorer was star forward Jesse Georgopoulos with an impressive 35 points in 39 games.

Right behind him was the prized prospect of the Renegades organization Mark Mannarn with 32 points.

Head Coach Ryan Ramsey will be returning for another season and looking to continue the upward direction the organization took the second half of the season.

All involved from President Joey Gagne, right down through hockey operations and volunteers are proud of the strides we made and work has already begun on next season.

Stay tuned to our website for all the information about upcoming tryouts, player recruitment, and program improvements which will be made over the next few months.

There are already a lot of plans and exciting news in motion this off season.