The Fort Worth Rangers were a minor professional team in Fort Worth, Texas. They played in the American Hockey Association (AHA) in the 1941-42 season and in the United States Hockey League (USHL) from 1945-46 through 1948-49.

They played in the Will Rogers Memorial Center.

They played in the AHA in that league's last year in 1941-42. The league then took a hiatus for World War II. The AHA was resurrected after the war as the USHL and the Rangers played in its first four seasons from 1945 to 1949.

The club never won a regular season or playoff championship but did finish second twice in 1946-47 and 1947-48.

Gene Carrigan coached the team in 1941-42. Hall of Famer Eddie Shore was the coach in 1945-46. In 1946-47 the coach was Wally Kilrea and in the last two years Gordon Savage coached.

The team folded in 1949 because of travel expenses.

Rangers who played in the NHLEdit

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