Dauphin's Darrin Chrisp wrapped up his second season with the Parkland Rangers this past Sunday, which also wraps up his Midget hockey career.
The season ended for Chrisp and the Rangers with two-straight losses against Southwest.
"It was a fun time with all the guys," said Chrisp. "We didn't finish off where we wanted to, but I couldn't have asked for a better time with a great group of guys. It was definitely tough saying goodbye to all the guys."
Darrin is planning on going to school next year at Red River College in Winnipeg and hopes to play in the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League.
"I just need to stay in shape, and get in the gym as often as I can," said Chrisp. And, hopefully, I can get on the ice as much as possible."
When asked about his favourite memory as a Ranger, Chrisp knew exactly what it was.
"It was definitely my first goal in my first year with the Rangers against Trent Miner of the Brandon Wheat Kings," said Chrisp.
In 75 games with the Rangers, Chrisp had 10 points, two of which were goals.