Kingston Frontenacs Tickets
Year Founded: 1989
Head Coach: Kurtis Foster
Other Coaching Staff: Luca Caputi (Associate Coach), Chris Longo (Assistant Coach and Skills and Development Coach), David Franco (Goaltending Coach), Chris Nelson (Head Athletic Therapist Strength Coach)
Hockey Team Type: Junior Hockey Team
Kingston Frontenacs TicketsThe Kingston Frontenacs are a junior hockey team based out of Kingston, Ontario, Canada. The team is also an integral part of the Ontario Hockey League, one of the major junior hockey leagues in all of Canada. Committed to proving their skill and mettle year after year, the Kingston Frontenacs typically always finish each season ranked somewhere in the top 10 or even top five teams of the Eastern Conference of the OHL. Since all players on the team are between 16 and 20 years of age, the team is an important source of new talent for recruiters into the NHL and other professional hockey leagues. It’s thus not uncommon to find players for the Frontenacs or other OHL teams who also happen to be in their rookie season professionally. Watching the Kingston Frontenacs play affords all hockey fans an opportunity to see some of the rising stars of the sport who will be dominating it and winning championships for years to come. Get your Kingston Frontenacs tickets at StubHub today.
Who are some of the players on the roster of the Kingston Frontenacs?The Kingston Frontenacs are home to a tremendous crop of promising young Canadian hockey talent. Some of the players on the team include goalies Ryan Douglas and Christian Propp; defensemen Ethan Ritchie, Nick King and Braden Haché; and forwards Francesco Arcuri, Vitali Pinchuk, Shane Wright, Martin Chromiak and Maddox Callens. Ritchie, Haché, Arcuri, Pinchuk, Wright, Chromiak and Callens are all in their professional rookie seasons.
What is the Kingston Frontenacs' schedule?Each year, the junior hockey season goes from September of one calendar year to March of the following year. The Frontenacs play games for that entire duration. Some of their games for the 2019-2020 season include a series of back-to-back games against the Ottawa 67s on March 14 and 15, 2020. The first of these is a home game and the latter an away game. Then, on March 19, 2020, the Frontenacs play an away game against the Peterborough Petes. On March 20, the Frontenacs have a home game scheduled against the Osawa Generals. On March 22, the Frontenacs will play against the Petes again, this time on home turf.
In which arenas do the Kingston Frontenacs typically play their games?All of the Frontenacs’ home games are held at the Leon’s Centre in Kingston, Ontario. The venue is a 6,700-seat sports complex that has hosted the Frontenacs since their first game there on February 22, 2008. The locations of away games will vary depending on which team is their adversary. Away games have taken place at venues like TD Place Arena, the Tribute Communities Centre and the Dow Event Center in Saginaw, Mich.
Are the Kingston Frontenacs involved in any long-standing hockey rivalries?The Kingston Frontenacs once had a famous and long-standing rivalry with the Belleville Bulls, a junior ice hockey team that was once part of the OHL but disbanded in 2015. From that point on, their major rivals have been fellow OHL members the Ottawa 67s. The two teams have played a long string of games against one another in what has become known as the Good Ol’ East Division Rivalry.
What are some other teams and events that fans of the Kingston Frontenacs might be interested in?Some other important junior hockey teams that are part of the OHL are the Sudbury Wolves, the Peterborough Petes and the Ottawa 67s. Besides the OHL. the other two main Canadian junior hockey leagues are the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Western Hockey League. The best young Canadian players from each of these leagues are selected to play against the Russian National Junior Hockey Team in the CHL Canada Russia Hockey Series.
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