St. Paul Rangers (1963-65)
Minnesota Rangers (1965-66)
City: St. Paul, Minnesota
League: Central Hockey League
Operated: 1963 to 1966
Home Arena: St. Paul Auditorium
Affiliates: New York Rangers

The St. Paul Rangers were a minor professional team based in St. Paul, Minnesota. They were one of the original five teams of the Central Professional Hockey League. They were an affiliate of the New York Rangers.

Their name was changed to the Minnesota Rangers in 1965 after the neighbouring city of Minneapolis lost its Central League team. The Rangers, though, continued to play in St. Paul. In 1966 the Rangers moved their farm team to Omaha in anticipation of the start of the NHL's Minnesota North Stars in 1967.

The Rangers won the Adams Cup in 1964-65.

Season-by-Season Records[edit | edit source]

Central Professional Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
Standing Playoffs
1963-64 72 38 30 4 80 259 230 2nd Lost Final
1964-65 70 41 23 6 88 281 223 1st Won Adams Cup
1965-66 74 34 29 11 79 229 197 1st Lost Semi Final

St Paul Rangers 1964-65 team photo

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