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STANDINGS

PBO: 8-10-1-0 / 5th East Division / 8th Eastern Conference
KGN: 11-5-3-0 / 2nd East Division / 3rd Eastern Conference

LAST GAME
PBO:
3-2 W vs OTT (Nov. 28)
KGN:
5-4 W @ MISS (Nov. 28)

TOP SCORERS
PBO: 
Tucker Robertson – 19 GP – 15 G – 19 A – 34 PTS
KGN: 
Lucas Edmonds – 19 GP – 12 G – 23 A – 35 PTS

SPECIAL TEAMS
PBO:
 PP 22.6% (10th), PK 71.8% (19th)
KGN: 
PP 26.3% (5th), PK 76.7% (15th)

Last game vs KGN (Nov. 19): PBO 3 @ KGN 5
This season vs KGN: 0-3-1-0
Last Five Years vs KGN: 20-12-1-1
Last Five Years vs KGN at home: 12-3-0-1

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The Petes will look to extend their winning streak to four games against the Kingston Frontenacs, who are on a two-game winning streak. The maroon and white have yet to defeat the Frontenacs this season.

Friendships set aside: U18 Hockey Canada teammates Mason McTavish and Shane Wright will go head-to-head for the first time since winning gold together in Texas. Both McTavish and Wright were invited to attend Canada’s National Junior Team Selection Camp yesterday.

Will Sporule make history? Winger Emmett Sproule extended the OHL’s longest point streak to 19 games on Sunday and tied Nick Robertson for the longest point streak in Petes’ modern history. Tune in to see if he’ll extend his streak to 20 games and make history.

Ottawa Senators prospect Leevi Meriläinen is tied for third in the OHL with 10 wins.

Projected starter Tye Austin, who was named OHL Goaltender of the Week on Monday, has won his last three starts.

After being held off the scoresheet in back-to-back games, Tucker Robertson (34 points) will look to rebound and jump ahead of ‘Fronts leading scorer, Lucas Edmonds (35 points). Edmonds has nine points (3G, 6A) against the maroon and white this season.

Petes will look to stay disciplined against Kingston’s lethal power play unit.

It is unclear if Head Coach Rob Wilson (3rd place) and rookie forward Nick Lardis (1st) will return to the lineup after the conclusion of Hockey Canada’s U17 Capital City Challenge in Ottawa last night. Fronts goaltender Mason Vaccari also won the tournament alongside Lardis.

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