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Boston Jr. Rangers must increase offense

BOSTON JR. RANGERS (8-9-2-1)

Early play reveals this about the Jr. Rangers – increased offensive production is a must and improved defensive play a necessity. Goalies Matt Beliveau (2.89 GAA and .921%) and Tyler Fay are playing well and figure to continue sharing time moving forward.

Tyler Theodoulou
Jr. Rangers
Drew Dawson (#9)
Greg Stoya (#10)

Tyler Theodoulou (9 goals), Drew Dawson (5 goals), Garrit Otten (9 goals) and Michael Bears (4 goals) have been the most effective forwards, supplemented by Greg Stoya (18 points).

Top defenders include Chris Hinrichs, Mason Nichols and Blake Walderson.

Chris Hinrichs (#6)
Mason Nichols (#24)
Matt Beliveau (#33)
HNIB Staff
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