It was the biggest offensive night of Max Iafrate's career.
The burly blueliner picked up four assists in Kitchener's 5-3 win against Saginaw on Dec. 6.
Only three Rangers collected four points in a game this year - the other two were Justin Bailey and Nick Magyar.
With Ryan Murphy and Frank Corrado leaving to graduation, someone needed to step up in the back end.
And Iafrate more than delivered. He kept his tough, punishing game but added an offensive element that many believed was there, but had yet to really see.
Iafrate went from eight points two years back to 30 this past season, despite missing 11 games.
The Rangers went 0-7 when the fourth-year defenceman missed a seven-game stretch with an injury late in the season. That should give you a taste of what he meant to the club.
It bodes well for Kitchener moving forward. If Iafrate - currently with the AHL's Lake Erie Monsters - returns for an OA year, the team will have an impact player on the blueline.