The Blueshirts bested the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, 7-4, on Wednesday night at the Aud and now sit tied 2-2 in their best-of-seven Ontario Hockey League Western Conference final.
"Our guys played hard," said Rangers head coach Jay McKee. "We just keep telling our guys that we believe in what they can do and they need to believe in themselves and compete, play hard and be tenacious."
Kitchener was expecting a fired up Soo squad after the Canadian Hockey League's top-rated team lost 3-0 at the Aud on Monday.
But it was the Rangers that came out firing.