MINNESOTA IRON RANGERS JR. A HOCKEY CLUB
HOYT LAKES, Minn. – The Minnesota Iron Rangers of the Superior International Junior Hockey League has announced that forward Jack Stensgard has committed to attend school at Bethel University in suburban St. Paul, Minn., and play for the Royals men’s program.
Stensgard, who turns 20 on Sept. 27, led the Iron Rangers in scoring last season where he was close to a point-per-game with 52 in 55 outings on 17 goals and 35 assists.
Included in his offensive numbers were three point streaks of five or more during the campaign.
His efforts earned him honourable mention status as a SIJHL CCM Hockey all-star in 2016-17.
He was also named the league’s final Play it Again Sports player of the week for the regular season doling out five assists in a two-game span.
“We are very happy for Jack to be able to continue to play hockey while pursuing a degree in Pre-Med at Bethel University,” offered Minnesota head coach and general manager Todd Kreibich.
“Jack was very good on the offensive side on the ice for us last year and we expect him to continue to grow as a hockey player,” added Kreibich. “We wish him the best of luck in the upcoming hockey season and beyond.”
The Bethel Royals compete out of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
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