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Red Deer Rebels
Red Deer Rebels logo.svg
City Red Deer, Alberta
League Western Hockey League
Conference Eastern
Division Central
Founded 1992 (1992)–93
Home arena ENMAX Centrium
Colours Red, black, white and silver
                   
General manager Canada Brian Sutter
Head coach Canada Jesse Wallin

Website
www.reddeerrebels.com/
Original Rebels "Skate" logo, used 1992-1997.

The Red Deer Rebels are a Western Hockey League junior ice hockey team based in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. They play their home games at the ENMAX Centrium. The Rebels had the first overall pick in the 2008 WHL Bantam Draft, choosing Burnaby, British Columbia native Ryan Nugent-Hopkins

The Rebels were a very successful team in the early 2000s winning three consecutive division and conference titles between 2000–01 and 2002–03. This period began with a WHL and Memorial Cup championship in 2001 when Doug Lynch scored the overtime winner against the Val-d'Or Foreurs. The Rebels were unable to duplicate this feat, however, falling in the league championship series the next two seasons.

President, and owner Brent Sutter was also highly successful while serving as Team Canada's coach at both the 2005 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships and 2006 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. His older brother, Brian has taken over the reins of the team for the upcoming season. Jesse Wallin was named as the new head coach on March 24, 2008.

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Championships

Division titles won: 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03
Regular season titles won: 2000–01, 2001–02
League Championships won: 2001
Memorial Cup Titles: 2001

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties OTL = Overtime losses Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1992–93 72 31 39 2 - 284 329 64 6th East Lost in first round
1993–94 72 35 36 1 - 310 334 71 6th East Lost in first round
1994–95 72 17 51 4 - 209 356 38 9th East Out of playoffs
1995–96 72 28 39 5 - 263 300 61 4th Central Lost East Conference semi-final
1996–97 72 43 26 3 - 317 297 89 2nd Central Lost East Conference final
1997–98 72 27 40 5 - 281 323 59 3rd Central Lost East Conference quarter-final
1998–99 72 34 33 5 - 274 250 73 2nd Central Lost East Conference semi-final
1999–00 72 32 31 9 0 227 229 73 3rd Central Lost East Conference quarter-final
2000–01 72 54 12 3 3 304 168 114 1st Central Won Championship & Memorial Cup
2001–02 72 46 18 7 1 264 184 100 1st Central Lost Final
2002–03 72 50 17 3 2 271 160 105 1st Central Lost Final
2003–04 72 35 22 10 5 167 169 85 2nd Central Lost Eastern Conference final
2004–05 72 36 26 6 4 206 200 82 4th Central Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
Season GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
2005–06 72 26 40 1 5 166 220 58 5th Central Out of playoffs
2006–07 72 35 28 4 5 206 214 79 4th Central Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2007–08 72 18 47 4 3 145 255 43 6th Central Out of playoffs
2008–09 72 25 37 1 9 172 250 60 6th Central Out of playoffs

Team records

Team records for a single season
Statistic Total Season
Most points 114 2000–01
Most wins 54 2000–01
Most goals for 317 1996–97
Least goals for 166 2005–06
Least goals against 160 2002–03
Most goals against 356 1994–95
Individual player records for a single season
Statistic Player Total Season
Most goals B. J. Young 58 1996–97
Most assists Justin Mapletoft 77 2000–01
Most points Justin Mapletoft 120 2000–01
Most points, rookie Matt Ellison 96 2002–03
Most points, defenceman Darren Van Impe 84 1993–94
Best GAA, goalie Cam Ward 2.05 2003–04
Goalies = minimum 1500 minutes played


Roster

Forwards

No. Player Pos. Shoots Ht Wt DOB Hometown 2008-09 Regular Season

9 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins C L 6'0 160 Apr. 12, 1993 Burnaby, BC Red Deer Rebels

10 Turner Elson LW L 5'11 185 Sep. 13, 1992 St. Albert, AB

11 Lane Scheidl LW R 5'11 192 Jan. 14, 1992 Saskatoon, SK Vancouver Giants

12 Colten Mayor LW L 6'1 154 Jun. 4, 1993 St. Albert, AB

13 Landon Ferraro C R 6'0 171 Aug. 8, 1991 Vancouver, B.C Red Deer Rebels

14 Daulton Siwak RW R 6'0 175 Oct. 25, 1993 Olds, AB Red Deer Rebels

15 John Persson LW L 6'2 190 May. 18, 1992 Mora, Swe

16 Andrej Kudrna LW L 6'2 193 May. 11, 1991 Nove Zamsky, SVK Vancouver Giants

17 Nathan Green C R 6' 178 Jul. 13, 1989 Winnipeg, MB Brandon Wheat Kings

18 Brett Ferguson LW L 5'11 188 Mar. 6, 1990 Vibank, SK Red Deer Rebels

19 Willie Coetzee RW R 5'10 186 Nov. 7, 1990 Maple Ridge, BC Red Deer Rebels

20 Josh Cowen RW R 6'2 176 Jan. 4, 1991 Salmon Arm, BC Red Deer Rebels

23 Adam Kambeitz LW L 5'11 186 Jun. 23, 1992 Coaldale, AB Red Deer Rebels

25 Chad Robinson LW L 5'11 165 Feb. 22, 1993 Minnedosa, MB

27 Jordie Deagle LW L 6'3 199 Jan. 1, 1989 Lethbridge, AB Red Deer Rebels

Defencemen

No. Player Pos. Shoots Ht Wt DOB Hometown 2008-09 Regular Season

2 Cullen Morin D L 6'0 181 Jun. 28, 1989 Meadow Lake, SK Red Deer Rebels

3 Aaron Borejko D L 5'11 205 Mar. 28, 1991 Edmonton, AB Kelowna Rockets

4 Nick Bell D L 6'1 189 Feb. 7, 1990 Innisfail, AB

5 Simon Witt D L 6'3 183 Apr. 4, 1992 Victoria, BC Vancouver Giants

6 Colin Archer D L 6'2 186 Jan. 31, 1990 Red Deer, AB Red Deer Rebels

7 Alex Petrovic D R 6'4 193 Mar. 3, 1992 Edmonton, AB Red Deer Rebels

8 Brad Haber D L 6'2 193 Apr. 5, 1990 Aldergrove, BC Seattle Thunderbirds

26 Justin Weller D R 6'3 203 Jul. 26, 1991 Daysland, AB Red Deer Rebels

Goalies

No. Player Pos. Catches Ht Wt DOB Hometown 2008-09 Regular Season

33 Kraymer Barnstable G L 6'01 170 Apr. 6, 1990 Kelowna, BC Everett Silvertips

35 Darcy Kuemper G L 6'4 201 May. 5, 1990 Saskatoon, SK Red Deer Rebels

NHL alumni

See also

External links

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