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ATTACK TOO MUCH FOR FRONTS Kingston looks to bounce back this Friday vs Erie with Rogers K-Rock Centre sold out. Posted: 26 Jan 2015
ATTACK TOO MUCH FOR FRONTS Kingston looks to bounce back this Friday vs Erie with Rogers K-Rock Centre sold out. Posted: 26 Jan 2015
JANUARY 30TH GAME VS ERIE SOLD OUT, BUT GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE FOR JANUARY 31ST VS SARNIA Limited tickets may become available before game time - check with Box Office or Ticketmaster.ca Posted: 22 Jan 2015
CROUSE RANKED #4 BY NHL CENTRAL SCOUTING "He's the kind of role model we want to represent not only our team and our league, but the game of hockey" Posted: 21 Jan 2015
FRONTS WORK OVERTIME ON ROAD TRIP After two periods of Sunday's Ontario Hockey League game at Guelph, the question waiting to be answered over the final 20 minutes or more was: Whose tank has enough fuel left? Posted: 19 Jan 2015
WATSON BACK ON SKATES His appearance was acknowledged by chants of “Watty, Watty” and a round of sticks slapping the ice from his teammates. Posted: 16 Jan 2015
FRONTS COLLECT TWO POINTS IN OTTAWA The Frontenacs got goals from Robert Polesello, Lawson Crouse and Ted Nichol to go along with a two-goal night for Schutt. Posted: 13 Jan 2015
PM CHEERS ON FRONTENACS Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in attendance at the Ontario Hockey League game at the Rogers K-Rock Centre. Posted: 11 Jan 2015
SPITFIRES EDGE FRONTS IN OVERTIME Defenceman Evan McEneny continued his big play for the Frontenacs, scoring two power-play goals, including the game-tying marker at 13:29 of the third. Posted: 11 Jan 2015
FRONTS BEAT GENS IN SHOOTOUT The Frontenacs, who have now won four of six shootouts this season, appear to have a new go-to shootout man. Posted: 10 Jan 2015