Fronts This Week: Week 9
Fronts This Week is presented by Loyalist Golf & Country Club
The Kingston Frontenacs (10-11-0-0) are gearing up for a two-game weekend. First up, they’ll hit home ice on Friday, November 24th, facing off against the Windsor Spitfires (4-16-1-0). The weekend will wrap up with an away game on Sunday, November 26th, against the Brantford Bulldogs (9-7-3-1).
Friday, November 24th, 2023
Kingston Frontenacs vs. Windsor Spitfires
Leon’s Centre | 7:00pm Puck Drop
Get ready for an exciting night as Move 98.3 takes over the Kingston Frontenacs game on Friday, November 24th when they face the Windsor Spitfires. Three lucky fans will get a shot at winning $9,830, and there are more fun activities planned by Move 98.3.
This game marks the second and final showdown between the Frontenacs and Spitfires this season. In their initial clash, Kingston secured a 6-4 victory in Windsor, with Chris Thibodeau (2G) and Gage Heyes (2G,1A) leading the offensive charge. Mason Vaccari’s stellar performance in goal, stopping 32 shots, helped the Black and Gold earn two valuable points.
Windsor currently sits at the bottom of the OHL standings with 9 points from 21 games. Heading into week 9 on an 8-game losing streak, they face the challenging task of playing in Peterborough on Thursday before taking on a well-rested Frontenacs team at Leon’s Centre.
Fans can anticipate seeing a familiar face in the Spitfires lineup, as Owen Outwater makes his return. Having played 81 games for the Kingston Frontenacs, Owen boasts a record of 18 goals, 32 assists, and 50 points.
Sunday, November 26th, 2023
Kingston Frontenacs vs. Brantford Bulldogs
Brantford Civic Centre | 2:00pm Puck Drop
The Kingston Frontenacs are set to visit the Brantford Civic Centre for the first time as they faceoff against the Brantford Bulldogs. This marks the second of six encounters between the two teams this season, with the Bulldogs emerging victorious in the initial match with a 4-1 win on Saturday, November 18th at Leon’s Centre. Jacob Battaglia (9) netted the sole goal for the Frontenacs, extending his OHL point streak to six games. Quinton Burns and Paul Ludwinski also contributed to the goal, with Ludwinski’s assist extending his impressive point streak to 12 consecutive games.
Fans have the opportunity to tune in to each game in real-time through Fronts Radio, featuring Kingston’s Pure Country 99 as its driving force. The renowned play-by-play announcer, Jim Gilchrist, will be narrating the games, both home and away.
Listen Live (Streaming): Pure Country 99 https://chl.ca/ohl-frontenacs/fronts-radio-streaming-live-on-pure-country-99/
Watch: YourTV Kingston | https://watch.chl.ca/ (subscription needed)
2023-24 Kingston Frontenacs Team Leaders: