Llewellyn reaches historic regular season games played mark with Rangers


On Saturday, February 4th in Flint, Michigan, Kitchener Rangers forward Darby Llewellyn dressed in his 285th regular season game as a member of the Rangers, passing Richard Borgo (284) for sole possession of second place all-time in Rangers franchise history.

Darby was drafted by the Rangers in the 4th round, 71st overall in the 2012 OHL Priority Selection. A native of Ann Arbor, MI, the 20-year-old overage winger has spent all five of his OHL seasons in Kitchener.

From being a rookie playing along the likes of Radek Faksa, Ben Fanelli and Tobias Rieder, Darby is now one of the leaders of this year’s current group of Rangers, leaning on his wealth of experience during his time in the league.

Through 286 regular season games played with the Rangers heading into action on Friday, February 10th, Darby has registered 88 goals and 69 assists for 157 points and 196 PIMs.

An in-game acknowledgement was made for Darby during the first period of the Rangers home game on Tuesday, February 7th vs. the Niagara IceDogs.

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