The team went 2-0 and goalie Dawson Carty picked up his first OHL shutout in a 2-0 win against Flint on Saturday.
The Rangers also clinched a playoff berth after Friday's 4-1 victory against Niagara in what was probably the team's most dominating performance this season.
So it's cruise control from here on in right? Not really.
London remains two points back of the Rangers for third in the west (the team can't finish second, that goes to the West Division leader) with 18 games to go.
Erie still owns top spot in the western conference and is six up on the Rangers. The two top teams clash Saturday in Erie in what is looking like a must win for Kitchener if it has designs on first overall.
In total, the Rangers face the Otters three times and London twice before the season is done making the march to the playoffs must see hockey.