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K-W Rangers 2020-2021 Seniors Sendoff
Submitted By WGMHA on Wednesday, May 26, 2021
The K-W Rangers family would like to thank the senior graduating players for their commitment, contributions, and dedication to the development program. 

Please click on 'Read More' below for our 2020-2021 Seniors Sendoff and learn a little more about these five amazing athletes as well as their future plans!

Allison Stevenson #3


The KW Rangers thank Allison for her hard work and dedication for the past 2 seasons. Allison is going to Brock University where she will study Biological Sciences and play for the Women’s Hockey Program.

Allison shares that hockey has taught her there will always be obstacles and challenges to overcome, but it’s the work you put in and the desire to want to do better, that will determine your outcome. This past year has taught Allison to never take a practice, game, or shift for granted; just because we can’t enjoy the rink like we normally do doesn’t mean we can’t better ourselves off the ice to be ready for anything that comes next!

             Engrained in Rangers jersey #3 is initiative, tenacity, and fearlessness. Thanks Allison!

Devon Stanton #16


The KW Rangers thank Devon for her hard work and dedication for the past 2 seasons. Devon is going to Queen’s University for a Bachelor of Science (Honours).

Devon shares that hockey has taught her how important the mental aspect of life is and having confidence and how both affect everything you do. She has learned that working as a team and creating a bond with those around you is such an important factor to being successful. It’s okay to not be the best at something because how much work you put in will always win. This season Devon has learned how to prepare for the unexpected and how to adjust accordingly. She learned how hard it is to find the right mindset and stay motivated during such uncertain times with nothing to work towards. And most of all to not take something as simple as going to the rink everyday for granted.

 Engrained in Rangers jersey #16 is positivity, perserverance, and enthusiasm. Thanks Devon!

Riley Watson #17


The KW Rangers thank Riley for her hard work and dedication for the past 2 seasons. Riley is going to University of Guelph where she will study Criminal Justice and Public Policy.

Riley shares that hockey has taught her to never give up; if you fall get back up. It has taught her to respect everyone as respect leads to great communication. This year Riley learned self-motivation, to take the initiative to keep motivated to improve oneself.

      Engrained in Rangers jersey #17 is determination, devotion, and persistence. Thanks Riley!                                  

Taylor Meloche #30


The KW Rangers thank Taylor for her hard work and dedication for the past 2 seasons. Taylor will be studying Mathematics at University of Windsor or Waterloo.

Taylor shares that hockey has taught her that there is no limit to her ability -  she can always work harder and be better which can be applied in all walks of life. This year specifically showed Taylor that to find strength through your teammates and use that to become a stronger individual member of your team.


Engrained in Rangers jersey #30 is consistency, patience, and compassion. Thanks Taylor!

Madi Oliver #91


The KW Rangers thank Madi for her hard work and dedication for the past 4 seasons. Madi is going to Queen’s University and will be studying Kinesiology.

Madi shares that hockey has taught her that dedication, hard work and leadership goes a long way. She is forever grateful to have been alongside some pretty remarkable people who helped her become a better version of herself and taught her to always work hard no matter the situation. Although this season wasn’t what anyone has expected, it taught Madi to never take anything for granted and to see the good that came out of it. Personal development isn’t something we all get the chance to do very often but it was beneficial for everyone on the team. Madi wishes she had the chance to play with her girls one last time but is extremely grateful to have had the opportunity to play for the KW Rangers and will always consider these girls family.


Madi’s Dad reminds her before every game “work hard and have fun”, so Madi thanks everyone involved with the Rangers who pushed her to work hard and who made these last four years fun!

Engrained in Rangers jersey #91 is ambition, drive, and companionship. Thanks Madi!

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