Riggers' Scott Ranger leading way
CALGARY - In his future day job, when he will be Mr. Ranger, he will get to hand out grades and make students work hard for good ones.
All the years working at his weekend job has earned Scott Ranger an A.
When the Calgary Roughnecks started this season, they needed a new assistant captain after the retirement of Kaleb Toth.
The coaching staff chose Ranger, a nine-year NLL veteran who, with any luck, will become a full-time teacher in Nanaimo, B.C., quite soon.
“I was proud,” Ranger said about hearing the news from head coach Curt Malawsky.
“Curt and I go way back. My first year in the league was with Curt in San Jose (2004).
“Him and I have been through a lot together, obviously winning that championship (with the Roughnecks in 2009)."