Hall of Fame

2019

Tyler Hennessey was a high-scoring, hard-shooting defenceman who liked to carry the ler Hennessey was a high-scoring, hard-shooting defenceman who liked to carry the puck and get involved physically. In 2016-2017, Tyler won the Cobra Construction Top Defenceman Award for his team. He was also selected the junior league’s 2017-2018 Top Defenceman (the Justin ‘Barney’ Woodland Trophy). And in his final season, he was named as CBR’s ninth captain.

Nick David was a very important player on the 2018-2019 League Champion Renegades. He showed his veteran leadership and scoring skill throughout the Finals and finished his junior career as a skilled performer who plated with grit.

Nick David was a very important player on the 2018-2019 League Champion Renegades. He showed his veteran leadership and scoring skill throughout the Finals and finished his junior career as a skilled performer who plated with grit.

2018

Lucas Lush was the sixth Renegade to be named captain and the first CBR player to have his number ’27’ retired. As a dominant offensive player, Lucas finished his four-year junior career with 58 goals and 60 assists for 118 points. He was the MicroAge MVP in 2016-2017 and 2017-2018.

Cody Abbott was a smooth-skating blueliner who played a very smart, head’s up game. His first pass out of his zone was usually right on the money and his leadership skills was evident as he was named assistant captain in 2017-2018. The high-scoring blueliner was from Lewisporte but started his minor hockey locally as a Renegade.

Michael Lawrence played an ‘Old Time Hockey’ style of game. He was a solid and steady stay-at-home defenceman who liked to body check and slam the opposing forwards into the boards. Michael received the Parsons & Sons Unsung Hero Award for 2016-2017.

2017

Stephen LeDrew was the fifth Renegade to have been named captain and the first defenceman to do so. He was a smooth-skating blueliner with a very high hockey IQ. Solid as a rock, with precision passing and quick puck movement, ‘Leddy’ could play either a skilled, offensive game…or a rough, physical game in his own zone.

Carter Marissen was one of those pesky players that just seemed to get under the skin of their opponents. He never took a shift off…he worked extremely hard in practice and especially during every game. His favourite NHL hockey player was Michael Peca and Carter played a similar aggressive style. He was a diminutive forward who played big and gobbled up lots of ice and loose pucks.

Luke Tilley was a hard-working forechecker and back checker who specialized on the penalty kill. He was a fast, smooth skater who worked tirelessly every shift. Luke was named as one of the assistant captains in his final season and helped lead his team with a calm and steady game of hockey at both ends of the ice.

2016

Mitch King missed his first season of junior eligibility as a player…but was at the rink most games as a clock boy and timekeeper. In his second season, he decided to try out, made the team, and became an instant sniper and scorer. He was consistently among the league’s top goalscorers! In his final season 2015-2016, Mitch won the league scoring title with 54 points on 27 goals and 27 assists. He was also named MVP and Top Point Getter for CBR.

Brandon Tilley was one of the longest-serving players on the CBR Junior Renegades. This former QE blueliner played five full seasons of junior hockey. Joining the team while still in high school, the assistant captain was a rugged stay-at-home defenceman with a booming shot who enjoyed the more physical aspects of the game. Brandon won CBR’s Best Defensive Player 2012-2013.

Trevor Forward was one of the hardest working and highest scoring Renegades ever to play the game. In his second and third season in junior hockey, he was named the Renegades MVP and Top Point Getter. A skilled leader who excelled at both ends of the ice, Trevor was CBR’s fourth captain.

2015

Alex Tulk was one of the best puck-carrying defensemen in the league during his three seasons with the Renegades. He was always ready to unexpectedly pounce into the attack on the offence. The high-scoring blueliner was selected second overall by CBR in the 2011-2012 sjjhl draft. He won the team’s Rookie of the Year that season and later the Unsung Hero Award in 2013-2014.

Brandon O’Neill was a valuable and consistent sniper. He combined hard work, dedication and speed in every practice… every shift…every game. In 2012-2013, Brandon was the team’s MVP and Top Point Getter. He was also named as the third captain of the Renegades.

Evan Lockyer was a skilled and well-respected Renegade for four solid seasons. As an assistant captain, Evan’s dedication, work ethic and quiet confidence helped lead the team on and off the ice. He was a penalty kill specialist who won his team’s Best Defensive Player Award 2013-2014.