Red Deer Rebels

The Red Deer Rebels are a Canadian Junior Hockey team from Red Deer, Alberta, that currently plays in the Western Hockey League. Play their home games in the franchise in the ENMAX Centrium.


The team was founded in 1992, truly successful, however, played the Rebels until the new millennium, as they were able to win the title of the WHL Eastern Conference in a row between 2001 and 2003 three times. 2001 we also won the championship of the WHL and crowned the season finally with the victory of the Memorial Cup, the championship of the umbrella organization CHL, which is played annually between the masters of Canada's three top junior leagues WHL, OHL and QMJHL. In the final, Doug Lynch scored the overtime goal against the Val- d'Or Foreurs.

The coach, general manager, president and owner Brent Sutter was successful during his time in Red Deer also as coach of the Canadian junior national team at the 2005 and 2006 World Cup. For the 2007/08 season, his brother Brian took over the post of coach and GM with the Rebels.


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Famous former players

Different players who spent their youth time with the Red Deer Rebels made ​​, and later in the National Hockey League career. Some of them are: