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Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

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LIVE ECHL - Newfoundland Growlers Vs. Reading Royals

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Kitchener Rangers

Final: Rangers 7, Wolves 3

Kitchener, ON: The Sudbury Wolves (6-4-0-0) were at The Aud on Monday to play the Rangers (5-1-1-2) for the one and only look East Avenue faithful will have at the Eastern Conference contenders this season. The Rangers opened up the game with three goals on three shots and from there, they were able to hang onto the lead for the remainder of the game. Going into the third period, it was 4-3 when Kitchener exploded for another three goals in under five minutes to win 7-3. Liam Hawel scored a hat trick while Mike Petizian, Ryan Stepien, Ville Ottavainen, and Greg Meireles all chipped in with goals as well. Jacob Ingham saved 39 in the win. - It took just 37-seconds for the Rangers to get on the board. Liam Hawel (3) was the benefactor of a neutral ice turnover by the Wolves and the left-winger shot a puck five-hole on Mitchell Weeks that snuck through into the back of the net and it was 1-0. Moments later, at 1:47, off another Wolves turnover, Reid Valade found Mike Petizian (2) who extended the lead on the second shot of the game to make it 2-0 for the Rangers. Just two shots into the game, Mitchell Weeks was pulled in favour of Christian Purboo. The goalie change didn't initially aid Sudbury because 2:48, off another turnover, the Rangers third shot brought their third goal. Once again, it was Hawel (4), on an assist from Declan McDonnel, who make it 3-0. Sudbury got on the board at 5:56 on an outside shot from Owen Gilhula (5) beat Jacob Ingham to make it 3-1. At 11:47, off a Rangers turnover, the Wolves pulled to within one when Blake Murray (5) wristed one past Ingham on their 14th shot of the period to make it 3-2. Kitchener got a goal back at 16:48 when some nice up-ice passing by Donovan Sebrango and Ville Ottavainen led to a Ryan Stepien (4) goal high on Purboo. 4-2. Sudbury clawed back at 17:26 when a puck shot in front of the crease bounced off a referee's skate and onto the stick of Chase Stillman (5) who came out from behind the net to slide it past Ingham's pad to make it 4-3. The first period would end with the Wolves ahead in shots, 23-8. For as much action as there was in the first period, there was equally as little action in a second period that featured no goals, a single penalty to Sudbury, and 13 shots apiece. After 40 minutes, the Wolves led in shots 36-21. Kitchener had an explosive start to the third period scoring three goals in the first five minutes of the frame. First, at 1:10, was Ville Ottavainen who wristed home his first OHL goal from beside the faceoff dot to Purboo's left. That made it 5-3. The goal was assisted by Franceso Pinelli and Michael Vukojevic. Second, at 1:51, was a goal by captain Greg Meireles (2) to make it 6-3. The goal extended Meireles' point streak to 25 games dating back to last season on to February 2 of 2019. During that time Meireles has tallied 16 goals and 29 assists for 45 points. Pinelli and Ottavainen earned assists on the goal. Liam Hawel (5) completed the second hat trick of his OHL career at 4:23 on assists from Vukojevic and Ottavainen and it was 7-3. After that goal, Sudbury pulled Purboo in favour of Weeks who started the game. The game would end with the Rangers winning by a four-goal margin despite being outshot 42-31. The next home game for the Rangers is on Friday, October 18 at 7:30 pm versus the Flint Firebirds. Their next away game is on Saturday, October 19 at 7:05 pm versus the Saginaw Spirit. Tickets are available for all regular-season home games! Purchase yours in-person at The Aud or Centre in the Square Box Office, by phone (519) 578-1570 or 1-800-265-8977, or online. Join the conversation on all things Rangers by using #RTown. You can follow the Rangers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @OHLRangers.

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Eat The Extreme Ep.1

Have you ever had beef tongue? In this episode of Eat the Extreme, hosts Xenia Liu and Sasha Shelar adventure off to Waterloo Exclamation to try their Seared Salted Beef Tongue.


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Sound Bites: Bob Jonkman on Internet Access #elxn43

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Danny Michel

Dan's Space Van S6 Teaser feat. Brian Stemmle

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Marcel Gagne

Ancient Astronauts.... or Something Else? Like and Share. IF YOU DARE!

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NL Now - Thanksgiving Special

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Scoff Off (Brenda O'Reilly) Brian Aylward & Mike Lynch

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Kitchener Rangers

Rangers Parade Pics Twitter Contest

Parade season kicks off for the Rangers this Monday October 14th as we take part in the KW Oktoberfest parade starting at 8:30am. Find the parade route and details here. Make sure to give us a wave and snap a picture as you see our float pass by! Tweet your best photo and tag @OHLRangers on Twitter using the hashtag #RangersParadePics to enter our contest. You could win a pair of tickets to our Thanksgiving Monday matinee! The Sudbury Wolves are in town and the puck drops at 2pm. Winners will be selected and notified via Twitter following the parade. We look forward to seeing you on the parade route and at our games! Tickets are still available for our remaining home games, so don’t miss any of the action. Purchase your tickets today: Buy online here By phone: The Aud box office at (519) 578-1570 or 1(800) 265-8977 In person: Activa Box Office at The Aud 400 East Ave. Kitchener, ON  N2H 1Z6 Google Map | Hours of Operation Centre in The Square Box Office 101 Queen St. N. Kitchener, ON N2H 6P7 Google Map | Hours of Operation To check out our upcoming parades & events visit us online.

Kitchener Rangers

SPOTLIGHT: Graham Dickerson

The way Graham Dickerson describes it, his pursuit of an OHL roster spot has essentially been a modern-day version of the original Rocky movie. Drafted by the Rangers in the 14th round (272nd overall) in the 2017 OHL Priority Selection, Dickerson had a tough hill to climb right from the outset. “I had to work harder than anyone else. I needed to do more to get my name out there,” said the Port Hope, ON native. “Almost being looked past in the draft, I had to show the organization that I deserved to be here.” So, Dickerson did the only thing that was in his control: he worked out – and hard. “Any workout I would do then or even now, I make it explosive,” he explained. That would also include regularly running sets of sprints up a well-known flight of stairs in the middle of his small hometown – not unlike how the fictional Rocky Balboa did before his big fight. In competition with other players also vying for a regular appearance in the Blueshirts’ line-up, the mantra that played in his mind was “Kitchener Rangers: I’m coming for ya!” “And then, it happened – which was great,” said Dickerson. From spending a season in the Junior C ranks with the Port Hope Panthers then moving up to play 17 games with the Junior A Whitby Fury (recording eight goals and 13 points) last year, he finally got the call from the Rangers and signed an OHL Standard Player Agreement on October 30th, 2018. In 43 games with Kitchener, he finished with three points and tallied his first career OHL goal on February 21st against the Niagara IceDogs. “When I got the phone call, it was like a weight off my shoulders. It felt like a movie. All my hard work finally just paid off knowing that I’m going up to the big club,” Dickerson reflected. “It’s been a wild ride. I’ve often thought about how I was playing Junior C and then, all of a sudden, I was in the OHL. This is what I’ve worked for,” he said. From his perspective, the reasons the organization reached-out to him to put pen to paper were three-fold. “I feel like my speed, forechecking ability, and my defensive play. I can also create chances in the offensive zone – which I’m still working on,” he said, adding, “I would say I’m a 200-foot player. That’s what I try to model my game after. Taking care of the defensive zone then getting in the offensive zone to try and make things happen.” Although he’s only listed as 6’0 and 185 pounds – on a smaller-sized roster overall – Dickerson is willing to throw his body around on the ice to generate a spark for his team at crucial times. “We’re going to need some players to step-up and make big hits to get the boys going. I’m trying to get in that role,” he said. Dickerson is quick to credit his parents and his older brother Drew for instilling the work ethic in him – which has evolved into a pinpoint focus on his career goals. “My parents always told me, “You’re going to do it – but it’s not going to be easy and you have to get your mind right and focus on the goal at hand.” And whether it’s pairing up with him in the gym or on the golf course, Dickerson praised his brother – who he described as his “best friend” - for always pushing him to reach his goals. “I definitely give props to him for doing that,” Dickerson said. Now he’s become more of a household name among Rangers fans but that hasn’t stopped Dickerson from setting even bigger goals – which includes a future invite to a pro (and preferably NHL camp). In the meantime, though, his sights are set on getting a title for his current team. “Hopefully we go on a good run and get to that championship series."

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The Circle - A short film by Danny Michel

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Manufacturing in New Brunswick - October 10, 2019 - Voice of the Province

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York-Simcoe Federal Candidates Debate

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Todd Donald

048 - Evan Corneil



Evan Corneil is now both a member of the Waterloo Region's music scene, and recently resident of the Waterloo Region. I was able to meet this nice feller at the Rhapsody Barrell Bar open-mic in DTK, he went up on stage and rocked his original material, and then he was also a sweet SOB to chat with. Having him over ended up with a few hours of hanging out, and then trying to rush this podcast... but that was still fun too. Enjoy this chat, including a trio of acoustic live-off-the-floor Evan Corneil tunes.
We talked about his small-town upbringing and musical influences, which unlike the rock n’ roll cliché, leads into some interesting stories of coercing people to play bass, dumping bands and coming up with intentionally stupid-but-awesome bandnames... and we could riff on that. Anyway, as I already said, sweet dude.
Included with Evan's original material, is some more music, by the amazing Amy Rola, and L.A.'s Jonah Ray. Please, if you enjoy any of the music you hear on this episode, go find the albums and support the artists!!! Nothing beats the real thing : D

Songs:
Amy Rola - Missing PieceJonah Ray - Reptilicus (New Wave)
Evan Corneil - Farther To Fall [Live on TDS]
Evan Corneil - Don't Look Down [Live on TDS]
Evan Corneil - (I Know You Like) The Night Sky [Live on TDS]

Tata! Love - Me.
GUESTS: EVAN CORNEIL

Todd Donald

047 - Brittany Pyatt



I met comedian Brittany Pyatt at an open-mic at The Rich Uncle Tavern in Kitchener, and through a few more chats at local-live-music we made this podcast episode happen. Now, I would typically see a friend in pain and slow my roll as a goofball for the podcast to match, and we DID talk about a recent pain in the life of this stand-up act, but I still tried to use what I could as a springboard to zing the status quo, and make myself laugh. With understanding and resilience, it didn't affect our chat. Brittany is a funny and offbeat gal, who like many, is just trying to navigate the constantly under-construction, minefield of dating/relationships, which is not unlike trying to drive around a certain region I know... We also talked about movies!
Here's the first posting in our new Thursday time-slot! Such has always been based on my work schedule, being that as much work as this takes, it's still the passion project and not the income generator, but you know this already. Featuring music by CityWide Panic, Jessie T, Mike Todd, Kristina Stapelfeld and Carly & Mark.
Please, if you enjoyed hearing the tunes... SUPPORT THE MOTHERFUCKING ARTISTS/BANDS1. CityWide Panic - "High Hopes" (from 'Johnny's Garage' - EP, 2018)2. Jessie T - "La La Love" (from 'Reckless Heart', 2016)3. Mike Todd - "Feedin' You" (from 'Good Man', 2016)4. Kristina Stapelfeld - "Hemisphere" (from 'Kristina Stapelfeld', 2016)5. Carly and Mark - "Morning Light Praying" (from 'New City Morning', 2008)
Tata! Love - Me.
GUESTS: BRITTANY PYATT

Kitchener Rangers

Connor Hall: Catching-up

By Connor Hall’s own assessment, the game of hockey continues to change a lot. “There’s no need for the big bruiser anymore,” said the gritty 6’2” defenceman from Cambridge, ON. It would seem somewhat ironic then that he spent a lot of time in the boxing ring this past summer dropping 30 pounds for his best shot of earning an invite to NHL camp. Stepping into the squared-circle with the former world #1-ranked super middleweight champion Syd “The Jewel” Vanderpool twice a week was about learning the quickness of the sport. “Syd taught me a lot about the work ethic side of training,” said Hall. “Just learning bits and pieces from him helped a lot.” It’s certainly been a career evolution for the recently-graduated Rangers player, who accumulated 174 PIM in 115 regular season games with the team. Injuring his left shoulder first in the 2016-2017 season (a year after he was taken in the third round of the NHL Draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins), he then hurt his other shoulder during the playoffs the following season. Both times, he needed to go under the knife for repairs that ultimately didn’t heal as hoped. The final procedure on his left shoulder occurred in early January 2019. Since the end of May through August, Rangers Director of Sports Science and Development Coach Brandon Merli “has done a great job getting me stronger” said Connor. Merli began by working Hall’s shoulder hard enough in order to get it into perfect shape. “This is the first time I can say I’m going to a camp in unreal shape and with a fully healthy body that actually gives me a chance to sign a professional contract and play professional hockey,” he said from Arizona rookie camp. Despite things not working out with the Coyotes, another opportunity has presented itself at the AHL’s Rochester Americans training camp in late-September. That’s all Hall wants - a legitimate shot to prove what he can do when he’s 100% healthy. “Under the circumstances, signing any type of contract that would allow me to play pro and help get my feet wet would be great,” he said. Despite his most recent opportunity to keep playing the game he loves at a high level, Hall conceded to “feeling nerves at the end of last season.” “I didn’t get a camp invite the year before and then I didn’t play the full season – so I thought this might’ve been the end,” said the Kitchener fan favourite. “It’s been really hard. I’ve had a lot of long summers (of recovery) compared to everyone else - which can be both a good and bad thing. “But I just stayed focused and driven.” Reflecting on the only OHL team he’s played for, Hall was quick to share that it’s been “a great four years in Kitchener and been fun to learn from the coaching staff, because they can all say that they’ve been through it too.”

Kitchener Rangers

Kyle Gentles: Hitting the Ice – and Books – with the Hawks

As a defenceman, Kyle Gentles has been trained to protect his goaltender in a myriad of ways. Sitting at his desk recently, inside a house he’s renting with a handful of fellow first-year student-athletes, he’s studying how to defend the public at large. “I’ve always wanted to pursue studies in law – whether it’s policing or eventually going to law school, but this area of study is where my passion is” Gentles said. He is beginning his first semester at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, ON – as well as his inaugural season with the Golden Hawks varsity hockey team. Currently in the Bachelor of Arts stream but minoring in Criminology, Gentles speaks with genuine excitement describing as he describes how he’s “learning a lot about Indigenous Studies and Psychology” too. Away from the classroom, he’s had discussions with Waterloo Regional Police about potential job opportunities after graduation. “I have a long-term goal but, right now, it’s more of a feeling-out process,” he said of his eventual career path. A native of Ajax, ON, Gentles appeared in 174 games with the Rangers from 2016-2019 and recorded 32 points in that span. As an over-ager last year, he had his best offensive season notching 13 assists. He was also a plus five in 54 regular season games despite being out of action for seven weeks early in the year due to a leg injury. With no lingering issues in his limb, Gentles was named as part of Head Coach (and fellow Rangers alum) Greg “Chief” Puhalski’s eight-player recruiting class in August. The transition to Ontario University Athletics from the OHL has been a smooth one thanks in extra part to former teammate Jake Henderson. Henderson had 15 points in 27 regular season games during his one season with the Hawks last year before joining the Kansas City Mavericks of the East Coast Hockey League. He recently signed with the Rapid City Rush for the 2019/20 season. “Henderson told me what to expect with school, hockey, and the coaches,” said Gentles, adding, “Lucky for me, a lot of the returning players liked him, so when I brought his name up and our connection, there were some nice smiles on their faces,” he said with a laugh. Providing his first-hand assessment thus far, Gentles admitted that “I’m playing against guys that are much older, much stronger, and have a good sense of what university hockey is all about. “These guys take their hockey very seriously, but they also look to add the fun aspect to it – which I love.” “Once we get on the ice though, Chief is on top of us. He wants his drills done correctly,” he said of the team’s bench boss, who is entering his 10th season leading the purple and gold. “At the end of the day, hockey’s still hockey … The adjustment hasn’t been that hard.” As he forges his path in life, Gentles fondly recalls the Rangers’ run to the Western Conference finals two seasons ago. “The atmosphere at The Aud was amazing and then flying-out after the game to Sault Ste. Marie and playing in front of their crowd, the talented players we had, that was definitely a huge honour,” he said. Gentles values the friendships developed the most though. “I look at my time in Kitchener as time of growth but not just in the hockey aspect. I now have long-term friends that I connect with every single day,” he said. “Making those brotherhood connections is the biggest memory, in general, that I’ve taken away from the Rangers experience.”

Kitchener Rangers

Ben Fanelli: Looking to “Change the Narrative’ with Podcast Endeavour

Hockey fans have come to know Ben Fanelli’s story. A severe brain injury sustained in 2009 at 16 years of age and just seven games into his OHL career with the Kitchener Rangers followed by an unbelievable return to the Rangers lineup two years later. But now Fanelli is “looking to find a way to help people, motivate, and inspire” through his weekly podcast Heroic Minds. Having launched the podcast just over a year ago, Fanelli admits that the project has evolved as much as he has. “I had no plans for this podcast and I just finished speaking to 6,000 first-year students at the University of Waterloo,” he reflected recently about the impact his conversations have started to have. “It’s been a whirlwind, that’s for sure.” Currently in his fourth season as Associate Head Coach of the University of Waterloo Warriors men’s hockey team, Fanelli summarized how he “just started having conversations with people.” “Now it’s evolved to more than just the individual stories of tragedy and resilience to people doing heroic things,” he said. With more than 74 episodes with 77 different guests in the books, Fanelli is noticing that listeners have an appetite for the type of discussions he has fostered. Further proof lies in the fact that Heroic Minds sees an average play rate of 2,000 per episode and 5,000 overall plays each month. The Oakville, ON native admitted that “the day of chasing those numbers are behind me though.” “If they grow because I’m doing something right and people are sharing it, then great. But it’s not the only reason for doing this,” he said. The impetus is based on the notion that “when we talk to people about challenges that exist, the more likely we are to forgive, find a way through difficulties and live without that burden on our shoulders.” Editing, producing, and interviewing guests all on his own, Fanelli’s goal is to release a new episode each week. “Recognizing the importance of having these conversations has encouraged me to have more of them,” he said, adding how “the value in the conversations I’m having now in learning how other people live, feel, and think in certain situations have made me a thousand-times better person than I was.” And that’s where he thinks the trickle-down effect exists with his audience in making the biggest impact with this initiative. “The more we talk to people about challenges that exist, the more likely we are to forgive, find a way through and live without that burden on our shoulders,” he explained. Hopeful to secure future guests like a fighter pilot, a Sherpa, or a crisis negotiator, Fanelli really wants “to know how they approach life”. “All these stories continue to boggle my mind. To say that a person with more Twitter followers would have a better story … is not necessarily the case.” And while he has gained notoriety for his hockey playing days with the Rangers, he’s more than content shining the spotlight on others now. “My time with the Rangers helped me build, and earn, respect today,” he said, crediting the leadership opportunities and experience provided for his personal growth. “Back in the day, if I noticed someone who looked or acted differently, I would’ve supported them in every way - but I don’t think I would have asked questions about how their life is,” said Fanelli. And the former Rangers captain believes the discussions he’s having is making a similar impact on the lives of others too. While he’s been fortunate to have a lot of narratives presented to him, he hopes that the podcast continues to grow. “I hope the opportunities continue to come. I’ve been lucky enough that they’ve found me so far. It’s been really cool and humbling,” he said. “I guess we’ll see where we can take this thing.”

Kitchener Rangers

RANGERS VISION: The Insider – Graham Dickerson


Kitchener Rangers

Mike Van Ryn: How’s It Gonna Go Down?

How’s it gonna go down? Not only was the question posed in Laura Branigan’s 1982 hit “Gloria”, but it was also being asked by every St. Louis Blues fan as the team became NHL “cellar dwellers” on January 1st, 2019. By June 12th, they were more than happy to provide their own jubilant answer as the resurgent Blues became Stanley Cup champions for the first time in franchise history – while adopting the catchy 80’s tune as the team’s victory song along the way. Right in the thick of St. Louis’ historic season was former Rangers Head Coach Mike Van Ryn. Hired as an assistant coach in May 2018, Van Ryn had spent three formative years coaching the Blueshirts between 2013 and 2016; the first two as an assistant and the third as the team’s head coach. Finding his way back to St. Louis after stops in Scottsdale and Tuscon, Arizona (as a Player Development Coach and the AHL Roadrunners Head Coach, respectively), Van Ryn was still trying to recover from what he admitted “was a bit of a draining year, with how we started and having to get it going.” It started with the Blues firing then-Head Coach Mike Yeo after starting the season with a 7–9–3 record and replacing him with interim Craig Berube. Things were back on an upswing on March 29th when the Blues became just the seventh team since the 1967–68 season to qualify for the playoffs after being placed last after January 1st. Showing a level of perseverance rarely seen, the team would go on to defeat the Boston Bruins in the seventh game of the Stanley Cup Final. Speaking of those final games from his home in St. Augustine, Florida, Van Ryn recalled their first chance to win the Cup – on home ice no less. “It was deflating. There was so much pressure on our guys. They wanted to win it for the fans, they all had family members in town … and we didn’t play well,” recalled Van Ryn of the eventual loss. When the team got on the plane headed back to Boston for game 7, “it was almost like we were relieved”. “To go in and bounce-back from game 6 - and that feeling of letting people down - was huge,” he said. From “never having been close to winning in the NHL – ever” to raising the Stanley Cup, Van Ryn saw similarities between the Blues’ run and his time with the Rangers. “Going through that first year I had in Kitchener, when we knew we were going to have a tough year … I think it helped me prepare for this year; getting through the awful start and just sticking with it,” said Van Ryn. “Like we did in Kitchener, we just kept grinding.” While he admitted that it’s almost impossible to thank every person who has helped in his coaching development, Rangers COO & Governor Steve Bienkowski remains at the top of his mind to this day. “He always talked about how we’re there to help mould our young players into men and prepare them to make that jump to the next level. “But one thing he always said was he’s also there to help develop coaches, and they definitely did that for me … and I’ll be forever thankful to the Rangers for giving me that opportunity and furthering my career,” he said. Getting his day with the cup on August 9th, plans were already in place to hold celebrations in the oldest hotel of the oldest American city (St. Augustine) with the oldest professional sports trophy (the Stanley Cup). “It’s a small town, but people got behind us pretty well – and it was an easy team to support,” said Van Ryn. Speaking of the fan support, he can’t help but draw another similarity between Kitchener and Missouri’s hockey town. “I tell people all the time that Kitchener and its fan base will rival any team in any sport at any level.” “Both fan bases never waver, they always love the team, and they have always supported the team. It was amazing to see St. Louis rewarded with a Cup.”

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Special Presentation

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Débat des candidats fédérales Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe

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NL Growlers - Home Opener (Reading Royals at NL Growlers)

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Débat des candidats fédérales Beauséjour

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The Local Campaign: Glengarry-Prescott-Russell (Federal Election 2019)

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Kitchener Rangers

HIGHLIGHTS: Spitfires vs. Rangers – Oct. 11, 2019


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Local Campaign: Oshawa All Candidates Forum

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Kitchener Rangers

Final: Rangers 3, Spitfires 1

Kitchener, ON: The Windsor Spitfires (4-3-1-0) were at The Aud on Friday night to square off against the Rangers (4-1-1-2) in the first of two Thanksgiving long weekend home games for the Blueshirts. The Rangers started hot out of the gate logging three goals before the eight-minute mark of the first period. Riley Damiani, Jesse Fishman, and Liam Hawel all scored for the Rangers. The goal by Fishman was his first in the OHL. Jean-Luc Foudy scored in the second period for Windsor but that's as close as the visitors got. The 3-1 win was capped off by another terrific performance by Jacob Ingham who saved 43 on the night. - The game began with a flurry of chances for the Rangers that included a save of the year calibre stop by Spitfires netminder Xavier Medina. A short time later, at 2:35, Riley Damiani (5) wristed one into the back of the net from the high slot to make it 1-0. The goal was assisted by Liam Hawel and Donovan Sebrango. At 6:24, as he was drifting away from the net towards the blueline, Jesse Fishman let a wrist shot go that went through a crowd and past Medina to add an insurance market for the Rangers and it was 2-0. Windsor's Will Cuylle took a two-minute penalty for a blindside hit on Sebrango at 6:45. On the ensuing powerplay, Liam Hawel (2) scored his second goal of the season on assists by Damiani and Greg Meireles to put the Rangers up 3-0. In the second period, at 9:26, Jean-Luc Foudy skated a couple of circles around the faceoff dot to Ingham's left side before firing a shot high, blocker-side on the Rangers netminder to get the Spitfires on the board. It was 3-1. The remainder of the period would see no more action on the scoreboard. Windsor pulled ahead in shots, 28-21. Kitchener's lead stood throughout the entirety of the third period thanks to another spectacular performance by Ingham who saved 43 shots. It was the second time this season Ingham logged at least 40 saves. The Rangers next game is at home on Monday, October 14 at 2:00 pm versus the Sudbury Wolves. The next away game is on Saturday, October 19 at 7:05 pm versus the Saginaw Spirit. Tickets are available for all regular-season home games! Purchase yours in-person at The Aud or Centre in the Square Box Office, by phone (519) 578-1570 or 1-800-265-8977, or online. Join the conversation on all things Rangers by using #RTown. You can follow the Rangers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @OHLRangers.

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Special Presentation

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The Local Campaign: Kanata-Carleton (Federal Election 2019)

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Marcel Gagne

Escaping From Daedalus' Prison on the Oculus Quest!

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Biking through DTK Mill street, Benton St, Frederick St, Lancaster St

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No Limit Awards - Muhumuza Edition

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Chris Kirby Performs Better Not Let Me Down

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WaterlooEDC

BlackBerry launches new cybersecurity R&D lab in Waterloo

Earlier this year, BlackBerry announced its acquisition of Cylance, an artificial intelligence and cybersecurity company, positioning themselves as one of the world’s largest cybersecurity firms.

BlackBerry’s security business was back in the news last week as they announced the development of a new cybersecurity research and development lab based out of their Waterloo operations centre.


Kitchener Rangers

Introducing OHL #PlayersFirst

Introducing OHL #PlayersFirst, a weekly segment with Director of Recruitment Kyle Pereira and other OHL Alumni as they explore frequently asked questions and how the OHL equips players for success both on the ice and in the classroom.

Kitchener Rangers

HIGHLIGHTS: Rangers vs. Attack – Oct. 9, 2019


Kitchener Rangers

Seven Rangers Alumni on 2019-20 U SPORTS Men’s Hockey Rosters

Toronto, Ont. - The Ontario Hockey League is pleased to announce that a total of 191 OHL Alumni are currently competing on U SPORTS Men's Hockey rosters for the 2019-20 season, pursuing their goals on the ice and in the classroom. A total of 144 former OHL players are competing with teams in Ontario University Athletics followed by 44 in Atlantic University Sport along with an additional three in the Canada West Universities Athletic Association. "Each year we are pleased to see increasing numbers of league alumni accessing their OHL scholarships to pursue post-secondary education while simultaneously advancing their hockey careers," said OHL Director of Recruitment Kyle Pereira. "The calibre of U SPORTS hockey is ever-increasing and that is reflected both in the number of NHL Draftees competing in U SPORTS as well as the number of U SPORTS alumni currently playing professionally across North America and Europe." The U SPORTS ranks include 37 new recruits who spent the 2018-19 season in the Ontario Hockey League while 24 players on the list are former NHL Draft picks. Graduates from each of the OHL's 20 member teams are represented on the list with the Sudbury Wolves leading all clubs with 16 graduates competing for U SPORTS Men's Hockey programs. The North Bay Battalion trail close behind with 13 while the Guelph Storm and Ottawa 67's each have 12 graduates on the list. "The Ontario Hockey League is proud of the success of our Alumni at the U SPORTS level and wishes them all the best in the 2019-20 season and school year," Pereira added. The OUA's Ryerson Rams lead all programs with 20 OHL graduates on their Opening Night roster followed by the Western Mustangs with 18 and the Guelph Gryphons with 15. Last season, the OHL Centrally Administered Scholarship Program facilitated scholarships for 340 OHL Alumni at 69 different academic institutions across North America with a total scholarship payment in excess of $3.2 million. Since the 2007-08 season, OHL Scholarship payments have totalled more than $25 million. Best of luck to all players in pursuit of the University Cup!   OHL Alumni on U SPORTS Men's Hockey rosters: Last OHL member team in brackets * - spent 2018-19 season in OHL ^ - played in the QMJHL following OHL career " - former NHL Draft pick OUA Conference (144): Brock Badgers (12): Zack Bowman (Owen Sound Attack) Justin Brack (Niagara IceDogs) Connor Brown (Saginaw Spirit) Cosimo Fontana (Ottawa 67's) Christian Girhiny (Erie Otters)* Tyler MacArthur (Barrie Colts)^ Mitchell Mendonca (Hamilton Bulldogs) Frankie Pucci (Soo Greyhounds) Tyler Rollo (London Knights) Jordan Sambrook (Soo Greyhounds)* " Johnathon Schaefer (Niagara IceDogs)* Connor Walters (Hamilton Bulldogs) Carleton Ravens (9): Andrew Burns (Kitchener Rangers) Josh Burnside (Mississauga Steelheads) Cody Caron (Kingston Frontenacs) Cole Carter (Mississauga Steelheads)* Evan de Haan (Ottawa 67's) C.J. Garcia (Saginaw Spirit) Justin Nichols (Oshawa Generals) Jared Steege (Ottawa 67's) Josh Supryka (Kingston Frontenacs) Guelph Gryphons (15): Mikkel Aagaard (Niagara IceDogs) Cole Cameron (Kitchener Rangers)* Giordano Finoro (Barrie Colts)^ Luke Kutkevicius (Windsor Spitfires)*^ Justin Lemcke (Hamilton Bulldogs) Zach McFadden (Sudbury Wolves)^ Ted Nichol (Kingston Frontenacs) Ryan O'Bonsawin (Sudbury Wolves)* Zach Poirier (Guelph Storm)* Zachary Roberts (Guelph Storm)* Jesse Saban (North Bay Battalion) Marc Stevens (Guelph Storm) Stephen Templeton (Hamilton Bulldogs)^ Matthew Timms (London Knights)* Ryan Valentini (Sudbury Wolves) Lakehead Thunderwolves (4): Kyle Auger (Ottawa 67's)^ Taylor Egan (Erie Otters) Patrick Murphy (Sudbury Wolves) Greg Smith (Owen Sound Attack) Laurentian Voyageurs (7): Jayme Forsulund (North Bay Battalion) Michael Giugovaz (Guelph Storm) Haydn Hopkins (Erie Otters) Brett Jacklin (Soo Greyhounds)* Jarrett Meyer (Sudbury Wolves) MacKenzie Savard (Sudbury Wolves) Zack Wilkie (Sudbury Wolves) Laurier Golden Hawks (4): Kyle Gentles (Kitchener Rangers)* Grayden Gottschalk (Oshawa Generals) Connor Graham (Ottawa 67's) Kyle Jenkins (Peterborough Petes)" McGill Redmen (2): Michael Cramarossa (Hamilton Bulldogs) Emanuel Vella (Flint Firebirds)* Nipissing Lakers (5): Jacob Collins (Flint Firebirds) Danny Desrochers (Sudbury Wolves) Mathieu Franche (Oshawa Generals)* Ben Garagan (Windsor Spitfires)* Brent Moran (North Bay Battalion)" Ottawa Gee-Gees (4): Marc Beckstead (Kingston Frontenacs)^ Nicolas Mattinen (Oshawa Generals)* " Medric Mercier (Oshawa Generals) Connor Sills (Flint Firebirds) Queen's Gaels (12): Graeme Brown (Kingston Frontenacs) William Brown (Ottawa 67's) Ryan Cranford (Kingston Frontenacs)* Liam Dunda (Sudbury Wolves)^ " Stephen Gibson (Mississauga Steelheads) Nevin Guy (Ottawa 67's) Matt Hotchkiss (Kingston Frontenacs)* Mason Kohn (Saginaw Spirit) Jaden Lindo (Sarnia Sting)" Luke Richardson (Kitchener Rangers)* Patrick Sanvido (Sudbury Wolves)" Will Sirman (Ottawa 67's)*^ RMC Paladins (3): Liam Murray (Kingston Frontenacs) Chris Paquette (Peterborough Petes)* " Bradley Van Schubert (North Bay Battalion) Ryerson Rams (20): Jesse Barwell (Saginaw Spirit) Domenico Commisso (Guelph Storm)* Holden Cook (Owen Sound Attack) Adam Craievich (Ottawa 67's) Greg DiTomaso (Barrie Colts)^ Taylor Dupuis (Sarnia Sting) Patrick Fellows (Erie Otters) Garrett Forrest (Flint Firebirds) Steve Harland (North Bay Battalion) Hayden McCool (Oshawa Generals) David Miller (Soo Greyhounds) Matt Mistele (Sarnia Sting)" Devon Paliani (Sarnia Sting) Mathew Santos (North Bay Battalion) Connor Schlichting (Sarnia Sting) Zach Shankar (Windsor Spitfires) Mark Shoemaker (Guelph Storm)" Adam Timleck (Peterborough Petes)* Troy Timpano (Erie Otters) Jared Walsh (Mississauga Steelheads) Toronto Varsity Blues (3): Riley Bruce (North Bay Battalion)" Joe Manchurek (Oshawa Generals) Kyle Potts (North Bay Battalion) UOIT Ridgebacks (5): Jake Bricknell (Guelph Storm) Leif Hertz (Mississauga Steelheads) Kyle Locke (North Bay Battalion) Josh Maguire (Peterborough Petes) Alex Yuill (Belleville Bulls) Waterloo Warriors (6): Owen Burnell (Hamilton Bulldogs) Chase Campbell (Windsor Spitfires)* Jacob Cascagnette (Ottawa 67's) Nick Halagian (Soo Greyhounds)^ Keigan Goetz (Barrie Colts)^ Julian Sime (North Bay Battalion) Western Mustangs (18): Zachary Core (Sarnia Sting) Stephen Desrocher (Kingston Frontenacs)" Alex Di Carlo (Oshawa Generals) David Eccles (Soo Greyhounds) Mitchell Fitzmorris (Niagara IceDogs) Brendan Harrogate (Oshawa Generals) Kenny Huether (Oshawa Generals) Cordell James (Owen Sound Attack) Kyle Langdon (Niagara IceDogs) Austin Osmanski (Peterborough Petes)* " David Ovsjannikov (Barrie Colts) Lucas Peressini (Kingston Frontenacs) Kyle Pettit (Erie Otters)" Franco Sproviero (Sarnia Sting)* Anthony Stefano (Barrie Colts) Ethan Szypula (Owen Sound Attack) Alex Turko (London Knights)* Matt Watson (Peterborough Petes) Windsor Lancers (9): Ryan Barbosa (Mississauga Steelheads)* Brennan Feasey (Brampton Battalion) Trent Fox (Mississauga Steelheads) Kody Gagnon (Barrie Colts)^ Nolan Gardiner (Ottawa 67's) Tyler Johnson (Soo Greyhounds) Brady Pataki (London Knights)^ Anthony Salinitri (Oshawa Generals)* " Bryce Yetman (Soo Greyhounds) York Lions (6): Brandon Bastasin (Sudbury Wolves) Justin Bean (Mississauga Steelheads) Cole Ceci (Erie Otters)* David Sherman (North Bay Battalion) Jason Smith (Barrie Colts) Brandon Yeamans (Mississauga Steelheads)   AUS CONFERENCE (44): Acadia Axemen (12): Dawson Carty (Hamilton Bulldogs) Maurizio Colella (Flint Firebirds) Johnny Corneil (Niagara IceDogs) Cristiano DiGiacinto (Windsor Spitfires)" T.J. Fergus (Barrie Colts) Ryan Foss (Guelph Storm)^ Stephen Harper (Niagara IceDogs) Eric Henderson (Hamilton Bulldogs)* Alex Lepkowski (Barrie Colts) " Liam Maaskant (Kitchener Rangers) Owen MacDonald (London Knights) Garrett McFadden (Guelph Storm) Dalhousie Tigers (4): Jack Hanley (Guelph Storm)* Connor Hicks (Soo Greyhounds) Aiden Jamieson (Sudbury Wolves) Chandler Yakimowicz (Sudbury Wolves)" Saint Mary's Huskies (6): Adam Bateman (Windsor Spitfires)^ Logan DeNoble (Peterborough Petes) Dylan Di Perna (Kitchener Rangers) Jacob Friend (Owen Sound Attack)" Conor McGlynn (Kingston Frontenacs) Alex Peters (Flint Firebirds)" StFX X-Men (8): Jeremiah Addison (Windsor Spitfires)" Santino Centorame (Owen Sound Attack) Bryson Cianfrone (Owen Sound Attack) Anthony DiFruscia (Niagara IceDogs) Adam Laishram (Windsor Spitfires) Joseph Raaymakers (London Knights)* Daniel Robertson (Windsor Spitfires) Sam Studnicka (Sarnia Sting) UNB Reds (6): Kris Bennett (Saginaw Spirit) Noah Carroll (Soo Greyhounds)" Brady Gilmour (Saginaw Spirit)* " James McEwan (Guelph Storm) Marcus McIvor (North Bay Battalion) Patrick Watling (Soo Greyhounds) UPEI Panthers (8): Doug Blaisdell (Sudbury Wolves) Luke Kirwan (Flint Firebirds)^ Owen Headrick (Erie Otters) Troy Lajeunesse (Erie Otters) Kyle Maksimovich (Ottawa 67's)* Matthew Mancina (Mississauga Steelheads) Darian Pilon (Sudbury Wolves)* Drake Pilon (Sudbury Wolves)*   CANADA WEST CONFERENCE (3): Alberta Golden Bears (1): Brendan Burke (London Knights)" Calgary Dinos (1): Matt Greenfield (Kitchener Rangers) Mount Royal Cougars (1): Nic Sicoly (Guelph Storm)

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Kitchener Rangers

Final (SO): Rangers 3, Attack 4

Owen Sound, ON: The Rangers (3-1-1-2) traveled north to face their divisional rival, the Attack (4-2-0-1), at the Bayshore Arena on Wednesday night. Kitchener was up 3-1 at 5:50 of the third period on goals from Liam Hawel, Jonathan Yantsis, and Ryan Stepien. Two goals off faceoffs for the Attack, including one with just 53 seconds left in the third, tied the game up 3-3 at the end of regulation. Overtime solved nothing and in the shootout, Aidan Dudas, the Attack's fifth shooter, won it for the home team, 4-3. Jacob Ingham, the games second star, saved 43 in the loss. - Just as a 5-on-3 powerplay was expiring for the Rangers, Aidan Dudas found himself on a breakaway. Dudas (3) shot the puck, it rebounded high off the endboard, bounced onto the top of Jacob Ingham's net and then into the back of the goalkeeper and, finally, into the net. The lucky goal put the Attack up 1-0 at 15:28. After the opening 20 minutes, shots were tied, 8-8. Kitchener almost immediately took two penalties to begin the period which gave the Rangers their second two-man advantage of the game. Unfortunately for the Blueshirts, they couldn't find a way to get the puck past Mack Guzda. Just as the second penalty expired, the Attack found themselves on a breakaway similar to their last at the end of the first two-man advantage. Fortunately for the Rangers, Ingham came up with a big stop to keep the game at 1-0. The Rangers got on the board late in the second period, at 16:35, when they broke into the Attack's defensive zone on a three-on-one. Liam Hawel (1), on an attempted cross-ice pass, had the puck go off the diving defenders stick and through the five-hole of Guzda to tie the game up, 1-1. The goal was Hawel's first as a Ranger. When the horn went at the end of the second period, the Attack led in shots, 25-20. Kitchener broke the deadlock and took their first lead of the game at 1:48 of the third period. A second chance effort by Jonathan Yantsis (6) beat Guzda high to make the score 2-1. Francesco Pinelli and Greg Meireles both earned assists on the go-ahead goal. At 5:50, Ryan Stepien (3) came across the blueline and wristed a hard shot over the shoulder of Guzda and into the back of the net to extend the Rangers lead, 3-1. Mike Petizian and Justin MacPherson picked up assists on Petizian's insurance goal. The two-goal lead for the Rangers didn't last long. At 6:08, Joshua Samanski cleanly won a faceoff in the Rangers defensive zone. Kirill Nizhnikov (4) immediately uncorked a shot through heavy traffic and into the top corner of the net to make it 3-2. With just 53 seconds remaining and the Attack net empty, the Attack won the faceoff in the Rangers end. The puck was cycled to the blueline to Sergey Popov (3) who fired a shot through traffic and past Ingham to tie it up, 3-3. The shots at the end of regulation were 42-26 for the Attack. The three-on-three overtime solved nothing and in a shootout, Dudas won it for the Attack on the fifth shot to seal the deal for the home team, 4-3. Final shots were 46-29 for Owen Sound The Rangers next at home on Friday, October 11 at 7:30 pm versus the Windsor Spitfires. The Rangers next away game is on Saturday, October 19 at 7:05 pm versus the Saginaw Spirit. Tickets are available for all regular-season home games! Purchase yours in-person at The Aud or Centre in the Square Box Office, by phone (519) 578-1570 or 1-800-265-8977, or online. Join the conversation on all things Rangers by using #RTown. You can follow the Rangers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @OHLRangers.

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