Three days of Rogers Hometown Hockey wrapped up Sunday night with a national broadcast on Sportsnet.
Morgan Rielly would net the overtime winner to lift the Maple Leafs over Chicago 7-6.
John Tavares also had a hat trick.
Kitchener was the first stop on tour.
Rogers Hometown Hockey was also here in 2015.
Here are some of the features that aired during the broadcast Sunday night.
After calling over 4,000 @OHLRangers games for more than 50 years, legendary @OHLRangers play-by-play broadcaster Don Cameron passed away on June 7, 2018 at the age of 82.— Rogers Hometown Hockey (@hometownhockey_) October 7, 2018
He was one of a kind, and he will certainly be missed. pic.twitter.com/kWHQ9fmgIJ
After he suffered a serious head injury, doctors told Ben Fanelli that he'd played his last shift. Two years later, he returned to the ice with the @OHLRangers.— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) October 8, 2018
Ben tells his story in My Hometown presented by @droetker_canada. pic.twitter.com/VtANA860b8
How does a guy become an #NHL referee and make it to the #USOpen? @TaraSlone catches up with Garrett Rank at the driving range to find out how he keeps his cool on the ice and the golf course.https://t.co/O3oqzQoanP— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) October 7, 2018
Scott Stevens joined @RonMacLeanHTH and @TaraSlone in @CityKitchener and spoke about the @MapleLeafs this season as well as his favourite defence partners from when he played in the #NHL. pic.twitter.com/88jxBQLyXU— Rogers Hometown Hockey (@hometownhockey_) October 8, 2018
#NHL alum and @OHLRangers head coach, @JayMcKee joined @RonMacLeanHTH and @TaraSlone in the studio tonight, along with some of his @OHLRangers players to chat about their love for the game. #RTown@Rogers #HometownHockey pic.twitter.com/eDKFZ5P1Su— Rogers Hometown Hockey (@hometownhockey_) October 8, 2018