|League||National Ringette League|
|Home arena||Hespeler Memorial Arena|
|Colours||Orange, White, Black|
|Head coach||Keith Jasper|
|Media||Cambridge Times Waterloo Region Record|
The Cambridge Turbos are a team in the National Ringette League that play out of Cambridge, Ontario.
The Cambridge Turbos have played in the National Ringette League since its formation in 2003-04. The Turbos won the National Ringette League championship in the 2005-06, 2007–08, 2008-09, 2014-2015, 2015-2016 and 2016-17 seasons.
In November 2008, the Turbos won the first Ringette World Club Championship which gathered six teams from around the world.The Turbos won the world title with a 5-2 victory in the final against the Finnish club LuKi-82.
|1||Meghan Pittaway||G||L||25||Cambridge, ON|
|3||Melissa Findlay||D||L||26||Oshawa, ON|
|4||Taylor Campbell||F||L||19||Tillsonburg, ON|
|7||Kayla Albert (DAP)||F||L||19||Cambridge, ON|
|8||Jennifer Gaudet||C||R||33||Cambridge, ON|
|9||Megan Hinde (DAP)||F||R||19||Paris, ON|
|10||Jenna Dupuis||D||L||20||Whitby, ON|
|11||Kacy Hannesson||D||R||21||Langley, BC|
|12||Sydney Granger||D||L||20||Dorchester, ON|
|13||Kaitlyn Richardson (AP)||F||R||21||Guelph, ON|
|14||Jessica Purbrick (DAP)||D||R||18||Cambridge, ON|
|15||Stacey Richards||D||R||19||Mississauga, ON|
|16||Brittany Walden||C||L||27||Kitchener, ON|
|17||Jessica Walden||F||L||27||Kitchener, ON|
|18||Jacqueline Gaudet||F||R||31||Cambridge, ON|
|20||Abby Richardson (AP)||F||L||17||Guelph, ON|
|22||Nadia Barey||F||R||23||Burlington, ON|
|23||Samantha McCullough||F||L||19||Courtice, ON|
|35||Jessie Callander||G||R||20||Mississauga, ON|
|44||Elyssa Jasper||F||L||25||Ajax, ON|
See National Ringette League#Regular season team record and National Ringette League playoffs#Records.
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