Don Cameron could be called the Kitchener Rangers' archives guy.
Nobody knows more about the franchise than the voice of the Rangers, who has been calling games since the home opener back in 1963.
I caught up with Don to chat about the past 50 years in the radio booth for our second installment in features examining the Rangers' 50th anniversary.
So many good anecdotes came flooding out of him in our conversation. I tried to include most of them by appending a "Cameron's Calls" portion to the story where he answers 10 questions about the team.
Cameron could also easily be called the gentleman of the club. I sit in a lot of media rooms and hear scouts, coaches, players and media criticize players. Not Cameron. Never a bad word out of his mouth. He loves what he does and carries himself like a pro.
Then again, if you've ever met Don, you already know this.
A huge comeback win for the Rangers last night. It could have been an ugly ride in the bus to Plymouth today had the blown 2-1 lead turned into a loss. As it was, the club rallied in the shootout for a 3-2 win on the team's fifth attempt on Owen Sound's Jordan Binnington.
Several standouts in this one from John Gibson in net to Matt Puempel who potted a pair to Matia Marcantuoni who capped the win.