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Kitchener Rangers

Rangers Business Operations Staff Change

The Kitchener Rangers would like to welcome Dan Polischuk to its business operations staff, as he takes on the Media and Communications Manager role with the club. He will create and distribute all Rangers external communications to the media and the community, oversee the Rangers’ social media presence, and generate digital content for the team website and social media channels. Dan will be the key contact for day-to-day media inquiries and game day press. Dan joins the Rangers after spending the last two seasons covering the Rangers as the Colour Commentator on the Rogers TV broadcasts and, most recently, having worked as the Marketing Manager for the KW Titans of the National Basketball League of Canada. Over the past nine years, Dan has also covered Ontario University Athletics and U SPORTS as a television and radio commentator for Rogers TV and AM570 News, working as a freelance writer for the Kitchener Post and Waterloo Chronicle, and hosting a weekly sports show called “The Home Team” – which covered local athletes and teams in the Region of Waterloo. As a lifelong resident of the area, Dan graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Communications Studies degree and currently resides in Kitchener with his wife Erin and daughter Sophie. Please join us in welcoming Dan to our team.

Kitchener Rangers

RANGERS VISION: Top 5 – Fluky Goals

WaterlooEDC

Need R&D help? Waterloo’s experts can work for you

Innovation is more than just a buzzword for companies looking to prosper and grow. If you aren’t moving forward you’re moving backward, and the best way of moving your business forward is striving to create and offer new products and services that keep you ahead of the pack.

Companies in tech, manufacturing and automotive industries all need research and development capacity in order to grow. That’s where Waterloo can help.

With three renowned post-secondary institutions, 150+ research centres and hundreds of experts in a diverse array of fields including automotive technology, smart manufacturing and technology management, Waterloo has the human resources necessary to help your business take its next step.


Kitchener Rangers

Rangers & OHL Mourn the Loss of Larry Stern

  The Kitchener Rangers along with the Ontario Hockey League family are deeply saddened by the loss of long-time scout Larry Stern who passed away on Tuesday, one day prior to his 82nd birthday. Charismatic with a great sense of humour, Larry had a passion for hockey and was heavily engaged in both coaching and scouting. He served on scouting departments with the Sudbury Wolves, Owen Sound Attack and Kitchener Rangers over the course of a lengthy tenure in the OHL. Beloved husband to Marilyn, Larry also leaves behind children Ron, Janet (Barry) and Donna (John) along with four grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A visitation and celebration of life will be held at Scott Funeral Home in Mississauga, Ont. on Tuesday July 23rd at 11:00am. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to the Trillium Health Partners Foundation. For more information visit arbormemorial.ca.

Adam Wathan

Building Workcation with Tailwind CSS (Part 5)

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Adam Wathan

Working on Tailwind Custom Forms

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WaterlooEDC

CBRE releases list of North America’s fastest-growing “opportunity markets”

A new report from CBRE identifies Waterloo as North America’s third fastest-growing “opportunity market.” The report, 2019 Scoring Tech Talent, says that Waterloo has witnessed an incredible 40 percent growth in tech jobs over the past five years, which put the total tech workforce at 20,500.

Opportunity markets offer quality labour pools and affordability that supports rapid scalability. Waterloo has seen this story play out with numerous local companies, including homegrown scaleups like Vidyard, North and ApplyBoard. Tech giants are also tapping into Waterloo’s unique combination of tech talent quality and cost – which CBRE called “exceptional” just last year – with Google, Square and SAP all having important, growing operations in the area.


Kitchener Rangers

By the Numbers Breakdown of the CHL at World U17 Camp

  112 players from across the country will travel to Calgary this week for Hockey Canada's National Under-17 Development Camp which takes place July 19-26 at the Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park. The future stars of the Canadian Hockey League will be will be split into six teams for on- and off-ice training, fitness testing, intrasquad games and classroom studies, all with the hope of making a good impression that later leads to selection to one of three Canadian teams for the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge November 2-9 in Medicine Hat and Swift Current. Here's a closer look at the Development Camp roster, by the numbers, followed by a full rundown of all invited players listed by their CHL team. 1 - Draft position associated with Dylan Guenther (WHL, Edmonton '18), Joshua Roy (QMJHL, Saint John '19), Matthew Savoie (WHL, Winnipeg '19), and Shane Wright (OHL, Kingston '19) each chosen first overall in their respective leagues. 2 - Draft position associated with Carson Lambos (WHL, Winnipeg '18) who was the highest defenceman chosen across any of the three leagues. 3 - CHL teams lead the way in camp representation with five players including the Ottawa 67's, Quebec Remparts, and the Saint John Sea Dogs. 4 - Players competed last season with Edmonton's Okanagan Hockey Academy which represents the most from any western Canadian program. 5 - Players competed last season with Quebec's Chevaliers de Levis which represents the province's top program at camp. 6 - Players competed last season with the Toronto Marlboros which represents the most from any program in Ontario. 7 - Draft position associated with Ben Gaudreau (OHL, Sarnia '19) who was the highest goaltender chosen across any of the three leagues. 10 - Provinces represented led by Ontario (45), Quebec (30), Alberta (13), British Columbia (6), Nova Scotia (5), Manitoba (4), New Brunswick (4), Prince Edward Island (2), Saskatchewan (2), Newfoundland (1). 12 - Goaltenders invited to Development Camp. 16 - WHL teams represented by prospects invited to camp. 17 - QMJHL teams represented by prospects invited to camp. 20 - OHL teams represented by prospects invited to camp. 25 - Players chosen in the 2018 and 2019 WHL Bantam Draft. 36 - Defencemen invited to Development Camp. 41 - Players chosen in the 2019 QMJHL Entry Draft. 46 - Players chosen in the 2019 OHL Priority Selection. 53 - CHL teams represented by prospects invited to camp. 56 - First round picks by CHL clubs. 64 - Forwards invited to Development Camp. 65 - Minor hockey teams that have developed players invited to camp. 112: CHL prospects invited to Canada's National Under-17 Development Camp. Acadie-Bathurst Titan (3): Zach Biggar (D/Kensington Minor Midget) Riley Kidney (F/Cole Harbour Minor Midget)* Tristan Roy (F/Magog Midget) Barrie Colts (2): Brandt Clarke (D/Don Mills Minor Midget)* Ryan Del Monte (F/Toronto Nationals Minor Midget) Baie-Comeau Drakkar (1): Drew Elliott (F/Saint John Minor Midget) Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (1): Anthony Bédard (F/Trois-Rivières Midget) Brandon Wheat Kings (1): Jake Chiasson (F/Yale Hockey Academy)* Calgary Hitmen (1): Sean Tschigerl (F/OHA Edmonton)* Cape Breton Screaming Eagles (2): David Doucet (F/Newbridge Academy) Jérémy Langlois (D/Séminaire Saint-Francois Midget)* Charlottetown Islanders (1): Jacob Goobie (G/Halifax Minor Midget) Chicoutimi Saguenéens (2): Jacob Guévin (D/Trois-Rivières Midget) Oscar Plandowski (D/Selects Hockey Academy)* Drummondville Voltigeurs (2): Mikael Diotte (D/Saint-Hyacinthe Midget) Elliot Lavoie (F/Lévis Midget) Edmonton Oil Kings (2): Dylan Guenther (F/Northern Alberta)* Keagan Slaney (D/Edge School)* Erie Otters (1): Connor Lockhart (F/Kanata Midget)* Flint Firebirds (2): Braeden Kressler (F/Mississauga Senators Minor Midget) Brennan Othmann (F/Don Mills Minor Midget)* Gatineau Olympiques (3): Olivier Boutin (D/Lévis Midget)* Zach Dean (F/Toronto Nationals Minor Midget)* Charles-Alexis Legault (D/Lac St-Louis Midget) Guelph Storm (2): Jacob Maillet (F/Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Minor Midget) Danny Zhilkin (F/Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget)* Hamilton Bulldogs (3): Matteo Drobac (G/Halton Minor Midget) Lawson Sherk (F/Halton Minor Midget) Ryan Winterton (F/Whitby Minor Midget)* Kamloops Blazers (1): Logan Stankoven (F/Thompson Minor Midget)* Kelowna Rockets (1): Trevor Wong (F/Greater Vancouver Minor Midget)* Kingston Frontenacs (2): Braden Haché (D/York-Simcoe Minor Midget) Shane Wright (F/Don Mills Minor Midget)* Kitchener Rangers (1): Francesco Pinelli (F/Toronto Red Wings Minor Midget)* Lethbridge Hurricanes (1): Zack Stringer (F/Lethbridge Midget)* London Knights (4): Connor Federkow (D/Niagara North Minor Midget) Logan Mailloux (D/Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget) Max McCue (F/Sudbury Minor Midget) Stuart Rolofs (F/Kanata Minor Midget)* Medicine Hat Tigers (1): Cole Sillinger (F/Regina Midget)* Mississauga Steelheads (1): Ethan Del Mastro (D/Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget)* Moncton Wildcats (2): Julien Hébert (F/Lévis Midget) Zachary L’Heureux (F/Châteauguay Midget)* Moose Jaw Warriors (1): Corson Ceulemans (D/OHA Edmonton) Niagara IceDogs (2): Isaac Enright (D/Pembroke Lumber Kings Midget)* Josh Rosenzweig (G/Toronto Red Wings Minor Midget) North Bay Battalion (3): Liam Arnsby (F/Don Mills Minor Midget)* Paul Christopoulos (D/Don Mills Minor Midget) Ty Hollett (D/Navan Midget) Oshawa Generals (3): Brett Harrison (F/London Minor Midget)* Patrick Leaver (G/Smiths Falls Midget) Daniel Michaud (F/Quinte Minor Midget) Ottawa 67's (5): Jack Beck (F/Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget) Ranvir Gill (D/Ottawa Jr. Senators Midget) Thomas Johnston (F/Whitby Minor Midget) Jack Matier (D/Soo Thunderbirds Minor Midget)* Brendan Sirizzotti (F/Whitby Minor Midget) Owen Sound Attack (3): Ethan Burroughs (F/Halton Minor Midget) Deni Goure (F/Chatham-Kent Minor Midget)* Kaleb Lawrence (F/Ontario Hockey Academy) Peterborough Petes (2): J.R. Avon (F/Peterborough Minor Midget)* Mason McTavish (F/Pembroke Midget)* Prince Albert Raiders (2): Nolan Allan (D/Saskatoon Blazers Midget)* Tyson Laventure (F/OHA Edmonton) Prince George Cougars (3): Craig Armstrong (F/Edge School)* Tyler Brennan (G/Rink Hockey Academy)* Hudson Thornton (D/Rink Hockey Academy) Quebec Remparts (5): Emerik Despatie (G/Gatineau Midget) Nathan Gaucher (F/Saint-Hyacinthe Midget)* James Malatesta (F/Lac St-Louis Midget) William Rousseau (G/Séminaire Saint-Joseph) Charlie Truchon (D/Collège Notre-Dame Midget) Red Deer Rebels (2): Jayden Grubbe (F/Calgary Buffaloes Midget)* Kyle Masters (D/OHA Edmonton)* Rimouski Oceanic (1): Zachary Bolduc (F/Trois-Rivières Midget)* Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (1): Jacob Squires (D/Charlottetown Minor Midget) Saginaw Spirit (3): Josh Bloom (F/Toronto Nationals Minor Midget) Carter Garvie (G/Grey-Bruce Minor Midget) Connor Punnett (D/North Central Minor Midget)* Saint John Sea Dogs (5): Anthony Cliche (D/Bishop’s College School) Cameron MacDonald (F/Selects Hockey Academy) Peter Reynolds (F/Shattuck-St. Mary’s) Joshua Roy (F/Lévis Midget)* Charles Savoie (F/Sainte-Eustache Midget) Sarnia Sting (2): Ben Gaudreau (G/North Bay Midget)* Justin O’Donnell (F/Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget) Seattle Thunderbirds (3): Thomas Milic (G/Burnaby Winter Club) Conner Roulette (F/Winnipeg Thrashers Minor Midget) Kai Uchacz (F/Okotoks Midget)* Shawinigan Cataractes (4): Olivier Beaudoin (D/Ulysse Académie) Tyson Hinds (D/Gatineau Midget) Olivier Nadeau (F/Lévis Midget)* Dovar Tinling (F/Lac St-Louis Midget) Sherbrooke Phoenix (2): Israel Mianscum (F/Amos Midget)* Cameron Whynot (D/Valley Minor Midget)* Soo Greyhounds (1): Jacob Holmes (D/York-Simcoe Minor Midget)* Spokane Chiefs (1): Graham Sward (D/Fraser Valley Minor Midget)* Sudbury Wolves (3): Ethan Larmand (F/North Central Minor Midget) Landon McCallum (F/Brantford Minor Midget)* Chase Stillman (F/Sudbury Minor Midget) Val-d'Or Foreurs (4): William Blackburn (G/Jonquière Midget) Evan Nause (D/Newbridge Academy)* Félix Paquet (D/Magog Midget) Justin Robidas (F/Magog Midget)* Vancouver Giants (2): Zack Ostapchuk (F/Northern Alberta)* Drew Sim (G/Delta Hockey Academy) Victoria Royals (1): Nolan Bentham (D/Yale Hockey Academy)* Victoriaville Tigres (2): Maxime Pellerin (F/Trois-Rivières Midget)* Guillaume Richard (D/Séminaire St-Francois Midget)* Windsor Spitfires (1): Wyatt Johnston (F/Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget)* Winnipeg ICE (2): Carson Lambos (D/Rink Hockey Academy)* Matthew Savoie (F/Northern Alberta)** *selected in the first round of the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft, 2019 OHL Priority Selection, or 2019 QMJHL Entry Draft. **selected in the first round of the 2019 WHL Bantam Draft. For more information on Hockey Canada and the Program of Excellence, please visit HockeyCanada.ca or follow through social media on Facebook, Twitter and Twitter.com/HC_Men.

WaterlooEDC

Security scale-up Magnet Forensics is pioneering "digital investigative technology"

Magnet Forensics wants to make it harder to get away with crime.

With a goal to transform policing and public safety for the 21st century, Magnet Forensics develops and sells digital-forensics software to over 4,000 government agencies and other organizations with investigative authorities in 93 countries worldwide.

Headquartered in Waterloo, the company specializes in “digital investigative technology.” Essentially, its software locates important data for investigations. One example would be online chat “artifacts”—that is, older digital conversations existing in a physical computer’s or smartphone’s memory, even if users think those conversations have disappeared from their phones or laptops. That digital evidence is then used to build stronger cases against perpetrators and exonerate the innocent.

To date, Magnet Forensics’ software has been used by authorities in all sorts of cases—from child sexual exploitation to assault, domestic disputes, online threats and bullying, other violent crimes, and even counter-terrorism. One of its most high-profile cases where its software played an integral role was in the Boston Marathon bomber investigation.


Adam Wathan

Building Workcation with Tailwind CSS (Part 4)

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WaterlooEDC

Manufacturing giant ATS Automation announces major expansion

One of Waterloo’s most successful global companies, ATS Automation Tooling Systems, is planning a multimillion-dollar expansion at its Cambridge headquarters that will add 122,000 square feet of space to an existing building.

The three-storey expansion includes 67,000 square feet of new manufacturing space, 36,000 square feet of office space and a 19,000 square foot innovation centre. For a company that is growing rapidly – they added 170 full-time positions to their 1,100 workforce at the headquarters in the last year – this space is very necessary. The company plans to hire 120 additional positions in the near future.

Adam Wathan

Why you don't need BEM with utility-first CSS

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Kitchener Rangers

Player Blog- Vukojevic at the 2019 NHL Draft

Kitchener Rangers defenseman, Michael Vukojevic was the first Blueshirt chosen in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft when he was selected in the 3rd round, 82nd overall by the New Jersey Devils. Below, Michael provides you with his experience in Vancouver at the 2019 NHL Draft. I showed up in Vancouver a few days before the draft, and that’s when it all started to kick in. It was the first time I had been in Vancouver and man was it beautiful. Looking out my window at the hotel, I could see the mountains, buildings, and ocean. Seeing all that in one view, was something special and really surreal. The next day me my brother and sister rented bikes for about three hours. We biked around Stanley Park just taking everything in while trying to keep my mind off of the draft. I think it was good. I got there early to take my mind off things and enjoy time with my family. To be honest, I didn’t really think about the draft until I was sitting in my seat. I had done everything I can leading up to it. There is no hockey played this weekend and whatever happens, happens. On night one, every time I heard a friend’s name called I was so happy for them. I am so proud of all them. Now it’s day 2. So there I was sitting in my seat, as nervous as I had ever been. I was getting really anxious and just wanted to get out of my seat already. Leading up to my pick I all I kept thinking was Uh oh, This round is almost ending, when will I go? Then I looked up, and New Jersey called my name. It was the best moment of my life. All the nerves and mixed feelings just went away. Just such a happy moment. I reached over and hugged my whole family and my billets. To be able to share this moment with all of them and feel their hugs was the best moment. Knowing all my hard work has paid off made me feel so proud and accomplished. I had so much relief. As soon as I got picked, I tried to keep my cool, but my mom was pretty emotional, which made me break down. She told me she loved me, and she was proud of me. That was the best thing out of all of it, to hear my mom tell me she was proud made it all worth it. Now I know I smile a lot, to begin with, but in this scenario,  I don’t think I ever stopped smiling. They even mentioned that in the media interviews after. They said I was one of the happiest guys. As soon as I got a chance to look at my phone I had about 400 messages, my phone was blowing up, The team all messaged me to say congratulations, and I couldn’t have felt more loved. Finally, another great moment for me was when Greg’s name was called. I remember I was standing in the suite and all of a sudden I looked up and who do I see get their name called GREG! It was so amazing to see him get his name called after all the hard work and effort he has put in. He deserves it. I am so incredibly happy and honoured to be drafted by such an incredible organization like the New Jersey Devils. Now that the draft is all said and done, I have an opportunity, and I need to work harder than I have ever worked before. They just opened the for me. Now I just have to work my way through.  

Kitchener Rangers

Player Blog- Vukojevic at the 2019 NHL Draft

Kitchener Rangers defenseman, Michael Vukojevic was the first Blueshirt chosen in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft when he was selected in the 3rd round, 82nd overall by the New Jersey Devils. Below, Michael provides you with his experience in Vancouver at the 2019 NHL Draft. I showed up in Vancouver a few days before the draft, and that’s when it all started to kick in. It was the first time I had been in Vancouver and man was it beautiful. Looking out my window at the hotel, I could see the mountains, buildings, and ocean. Seeing all that in one view, was something special and really surreal. The next day me my brother and sister rented bikes for about three hours. We biked around Stanley Park just taking everything in while trying to keep my mind off of the draft. I think it was good. I got there early to take my mind off things and enjoy time with my family. To be honest, I didn’t really think about the draft until I was sitting in my seat. I had done everything I can leading up to it. There is no hockey played this weekend and whatever happens, happens. On night one, every time I heard a friend’s name called I was so happy for them. I am so proud of all them. Now it’s day 2. So there I was sitting in my seat, as nervous as I had ever been. I was getting really anxious and just wanted to get out of my seat already. Leading up to my pick I all I kept thinking was Uh oh, This round is almost ending, when will I go? Then I looked up, and New Jersey called my name. It was the best moment of my life. All the nerves and mixed feelings just went away. Just such a happy moment. I reached over and hugged my whole family and my billets. To be able to share this moment with all of them and feel their hugs was the best moment. Knowing all my hard work has paid off made me feel so proud and accomplished. I had so much relief. As soon as I got picked, I tried to keep my cool, but my mom was pretty emotional, which made me break down. She told me she loved me, and she was proud of me. That was the best thing out of all of it, to hear my mom tell me she was proud made it all worth it. Now I know I smile a lot, to begin with, but in this scenario,  I don’t think I ever stopped smiling. They even mentioned that in the media interviews after. They said I was one of the happiest guys. As soon as I got a chance to look at my phone I had about 400 messages, my phone was blowing up, The team all messaged me to say congratulations, and I couldn’t have felt more loved. Finally, another great moment for me was when Greg’s name was called. I remember I was standing in the suite and all of a sudden I looked up and who do I see get their name called GREG! It was so amazing to see him get his name called after all the hard work and effort he has put in. He deserves it. I am so incredibly happy and honoured to be drafted by such an incredible organization like the New Jersey Devils. Now that the draft is all said and done, I have an opportunity, and I need to work harder than I have ever worked before. They just opened the for me. Now I just have to work my way through.  

Kitchener Rangers

RANGERS VISION: Top 5 – Yantsis Goals


Kitchener Rangers

RANGERS VISION: Top 5 – Yantsis Goals

Kitchener Rangers

RANGERS VISION: Jacob Ingham Interview


Kitchener Rangers

RANGERS VISION: Jacob Ingham Interview


WaterlooEDC

Q&A: How Deep Trekker turned a summertime hobby into a global business

Waterloo has more than 150 years of history in the manufacturing industry, and today the community is home to 1950+ manufacturing companies with 50+ developing technologies in robotics, hardware, aerospace and industry 4.0.

Necessity is the mother of invention, and Deep Trekker founder Sam Macdonald’s dive into underwater robotics brought that proverb to life: she wanted to explore shipwrecks in the Great Lakes, but most existing technologies were far too expensive. She then built a prototype and realized that she could produce a product at a much lower cost than potential competitors. Deep Trekker is now a global provider of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), or as they refer to them, “swimming robots”. This summertime idea turned scaling company now features four product lines of ROVs and operates worldwide in numerous industries.

We sat down with Macdonald, the President and co-founder of Deep Trekker, to discuss why Waterloo was the ideal place to grow her company.


Adam Wathan

Building Workcation with Tailwind CSS (Part 2)

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Binary Tattoo

Personal Information vs Personally Identifiable Information

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Binary Tattoo

GDPR 7 User Rights

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Binary Tattoo

3 Types of Data Breach Types

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RideION

ION opening ceremony

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WaterlooEDC

Need advanced manufacturing talent? Waterloo can help

Top advanced manufacturing talent – from engineers to machine operators – are getting harder to find. As one manufacturing leader told us, there are many regions across Canada and the world where the labour market has completely dried out. Waterloo is bucking this trend.

“If you are looking for machine operators or skilled assembly workers, you can find them here,” said Lukas von Arx, President of LEONI Elocab Ltd.

Kitchener Rangers

160 Season Tickets for the 2019-20 campaign are now available for purchase!

Now is your chance to become a Kitchener Rangers Season Ticket Holder! 160 season tickets have become available for purchase ahead of the upcoming 2019-20 season; get yours while seats last! Not only do Season Ticket Holders get to be a part of the action for all 34 Rangers home games, but they enjoy countless other perks that come along with being a member, such as:
  • Avoiding game day line-ups
  • Early bird pricing on season ticket renewals for 2020-21 season
  • Exclusive skating party & autograph session with Kitchener Rangers players
  • VIP Membership Card that provides discounts from Rangers team sponsors and Rangers Authentics, the official store of the Kitchener Rangers
  • Exclusive newsletters
  • Two $10.00 Rangers Authentics vouchers
  • Season Ticket Holder appreciation nights during Rangers home games
  • Pre-sale opportunity to purchase playoff tickets before the general public
  • Free home exhibition games after Labour Day (if scheduled)
  • Customized season tickets *Not available for the 2019-20 season as printing is complete.
You can become a Kitchener Rangers Season Ticket Holder for just $766 / Adult (13+), or $628 / Child (2-12). Seat locations will be based on availability. Contact the Kitchener Rangers Business Office at 519-576-3700 to purchase your season tickets. The best seat in the house is the one with you in it, so act fast and secure your season tickets now!

Kitchener Rangers

125 Season Tickets remain available for purchase!

Now is your chance to become a Kitchener Rangers Season Ticket Holder! 125 season tickets are still available for purchase ahead of the upcoming 2019-20 season; get yours while seats last! Not only do Season Ticket Holders get to be a part of the action for all 34 Rangers home games, but they enjoy countless other perks that come along with being a member, such as:
  • Avoiding game day line-ups
  • Early bird pricing on season ticket renewals for 2020-21 season
  • Exclusive skating party & autograph session with Kitchener Rangers players
  • VIP Membership Card that provides discounts from Rangers team sponsors and Rangers Authentics, the official store of the Kitchener Rangers
  • Exclusive newsletters
  • Two $10.00 Rangers Authentics vouchers
  • Season Ticket Holder appreciation nights during Rangers home games
  • Pre-sale opportunity to purchase playoff tickets before the general public
  • Free home exhibition games after Labour Day (if scheduled)
  • Customized season tickets *Not available for the 2019-20 season as printing is complete.
You can become a Kitchener Rangers Season Ticket Holder for just $766 / Adult (13+), or $628 / Child (2-12). Seat locations will be based on availability. Contact the Kitchener Rangers Business Office at 519-576-3700 to purchase your season tickets. The best seat in the house is the one with you in it, so act fast and secure your season tickets now!

Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

Engineers are girls also. The book authoring journey of a Google program manager mom.

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Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

Female Leadership in 21st Century. Beyond technology embracing diversity and human connectivity.

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Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

Lori Lalonde. The importance of building a technical community and her career at Microsoft.

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Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

A project manager view on making remarkable people & products

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Kitchener Rangers

RANGERS VISION: Top 5 – Rookie Goals


Kitchener Rangers

RANGERS VISION: Top 5 – Rookie Goals


Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

The story of Dorner Telescope Museum & Canadian Vatican mirror.

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Gheorghe Curelet-Balan

RASC KW Stargazing 101 jun28 2019. Part 1.

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Bob Jonkman

Acceptance speech at the Brant Greens Nomination Meeting, 21 May 2019

On Tuesday, 21 May 2019 the Brant Greens held a nomination meeting, and I was selected as the Green Party of Canada candidate for Brantford-Brant. Here’s the video of my acceptance speech:

YouTube: Bob Jonkman: GPC Candidate for Brantford—Brant

Kitchener Rangers

Rangers announce Preseason Showcase and Exhibition Schedule

The Ontario Hockey League today announced the Exhibition Game Schedule for the 2019-20 season. The Kitchener Rangers will play five games before the commencement of the 2019-20 regular season, including three games during our Preseason Showcase. The 2019 Preseason Showcase will be held at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium from August 30 – September 1, 2019. Along with the Rangers, the Showcase will feature the North Bay Battalion, Saginaw Spirit and the Peterborough Petes. All teams will meet over the course of the weekend, with three games per team for a total of six weekend games. Tickets to the Preseason Showcase are $10 for a weekend pass which provides entry to all games, or $5 per game. Seating for the games will be general admission. Tickets are available starting Monday, August 1 at the Kitchener Rangers business office only (not available online or through Centre in the Square) and are cash only sales. The Kitchener Rangers business office is open Monday-Friday, 9:30am to 1pm and 2pm-5pm. Tickets will also be available day of game at the door; cash only sales. Proceeds support the Children’s Wish Foundation. “We are very excited to be hosting our 2nd Preseason Showcase this year. Last year we had a lot of positive feedback from the teams that participated and our fans so the decision to do it again was a no-brainer,” said general manager Mike McKenzie. “It will be great to have North Bay and Saginaw back for another year, but also exciting to welcome Peterborough as a new team this time around. Once again, all proceeds will be going to a great cause and it will be a fun way to kick off another year of Rangers Hockey.” The Rangers annual Fan Fest and Barbecue, also in support of the Children’s Wish Foundation, will take place on Sunday, September 1 starting at 10am prior to the Rangers’ final game of the Preseason Showcase at 2pm. During Fan Fest, fans will have the opportunity to meet the Rangers players, enjoy a BBQ lunch and take part in a number of activities including inflatable games and rides. The Rangers will also play two more exhibition games before the onset of the 2019-20 regular season, as they take on the Barrie Colts for a home-and-home beginning Friday, September 13 at The Aud at 7:30pm. The two teams head to Barrie the following night, Saturday, September 14, for a 7:30pm start to round out preseason play. Preseason Showcase Schedule of Games: Friday, August 30 Saginaw Spirit vs. Peterborough Petes – 2pm Kitchener Rangers vs. North Bay Battalion – 7pm   Saturday, August 31 Peterborough Petes vs. North Bay Battalion – 2pm Kitchener Rangers vs. Saginaw Spirit – 7pm   Sunday, September 1 Kitchener Rangers Fan Fest and Barbecue – 10am North Bay Battalion vs. Saginaw Spirit – 11am Kitchener Rangers vs. Peterborough Petes – 2pm   Other Exhibition Games: Friday, September 13 Kitchener Rangers vs. Barrie Colts – 7:30pm @ Kitchener Memorial Auditiorium Saturday, September 14 Barrie Colts vs. Kitchener Rangers – 7:30pm @Barrie Molson Centre   The complete OHL exhibition schedule can be found at www.ontariohockeyleague.com To view the Rangers’ complete 2019-20 regular season schedule, CLICK HERE

Kitchener Rangers

Rangers announce Preseason Showcase and Exhibition Schedule

The Ontario Hockey League today announced the Exhibition Game Schedule for the 2019-20 season. The Kitchener Rangers will play five games before the commencement of the 2019-20 regular season, including three games during our Preseason Showcase. The 2019 Preseason Showcase will be held at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium from August 30 – September 1, 2019. Along with the Rangers, the Showcase will feature the North Bay Battalion, Saginaw Spirit and the Peterborough Petes. All teams will meet over the course of the weekend, with three games per team for a total of six weekend games. Tickets to the Preseason Showcase are $10 for a weekend pass which provides entry to all games, or $5 per game. Seating for the games will be general admission. Tickets are available starting Monday, August 1 at the Kitchener Rangers business office only (not available online or through Centre in the Square) and are cash only sales. The Kitchener Rangers business office is open Monday-Friday, 9:30am to 1pm and 2pm-5pm. Tickets will also be available day of game at the door; cash only sales. Proceeds support the Children’s Wish Foundation. “We are very excited to be hosting our 2nd Preseason Showcase this year. Last year we had a lot of positive feedback from the teams that participated and our fans so the decision to do it again was a no-brainer,” said general manager Mike McKenzie. “It will be great to have North Bay and Saginaw back for another year, but also exciting to welcome Peterborough as a new team this time around. Once again, all proceeds will be going to a great cause and it will be a fun way to kick off another year of Rangers Hockey.” The Rangers annual Fan Fest and Barbecue, also in support of the Children’s Wish Foundation, will take place on Sunday, September 1 starting at 10am prior to the Rangers’ final game of the Preseason Showcase at 2pm. During Fan Fest, fans will have the opportunity to meet the Rangers players, enjoy a BBQ lunch and take part in a number of activities including inflatable games and rides. The Rangers will also play two more exhibition games before the onset of the 2019-20 regular season, as they take on the Barrie Colts for a home-and-home beginning Friday, September 13 at The Aud at 7:30pm. The two teams head to Barrie the following night, Saturday, September 14, for a 7:30pm start to round out preseason play. Preseason Showcase Schedule of Games: Friday, August 30 Saginaw Spirit vs. Peterborough Petes – 2pm Kitchener Rangers vs. North Bay Battalion – 7pm   Saturday, August 31 Peterborough Petes vs. North Bay Battalion – 2pm Kitchener Rangers vs. Saginaw Spirit – 7pm   Sunday, September 1 Kitchener Rangers Fan Fest and Barbecue – 10am North Bay Battalion vs. Saginaw Spirit – 11am Kitchener Rangers vs. Peterborough Petes – 2pm   Other Exhibition Games: Friday, September 13 Kitchener Rangers vs. Barrie Colts – 7:30pm @ Kitchener Memorial Auditiorium Saturday, September 14 Barrie Colts vs. Kitchener Rangers – 7:30pm @Barrie Molson Centre   The complete OHL exhibition schedule can be found at www.ontariohockeyleague.com To view the Rangers’ complete 2019-20 regular season schedule, CLICK HERE

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