The Lewis-Palmer hockey team is back in the playoffs. The Rangers are hoping for a return to the state championship game after losing in the title tilt in 2009.
Rangers coach Steve Fillo has used this season as a way to cope with a personal tragedy. His son, Stevie, a former L-P hockey player died last summer in an auto accident when he fell asleep at the wheel. Just months after the tragedy, Steve returned to the ice to coach the Rangers.
"My way of dealing with grief is staying busy," says coach Fillo.
The Rangers have dedicated the season to Stevie with patch on their game sweaters.
Click the video link above to hear from coach Fillo and the L-P players.
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