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PBO: 12-11-0-0 / 3rd East Division / 6th Eastern Conference
KGN: 7-16-1-0 / 5th East Division / 10th Eastern Conference
Last Game (November 2/18): Petes 4 at Frontenacs 3
This Season vs KGN: 2-0-0-0
2017-18 Regular Season vs KGN: 4-4-0-0
Last Five Years vs KGN: 19-12-0-1
Last Five Years vs KGN on home ice: 11-5-0-0
PBO: 7-3 L @ SAR
KGN: 5-3 W vs HAM
PBO: Chisholm – 23GP – 2G – 18A – 20P
KGN: Neumann – 24GP – 15G – 14A – 29P
PBO: PP 11.7% (19th), PK 82.2% (4th)
KGN: PP 21.2% (9th), PK 79.1% (15th)
Tonight’s game is the third of eight meetings between these East Division rivals. The Petes took the first two games by scores of 4-0 and 4-3; the first was at home, with the second taking place in Kingston.
It will be Kingston’s first game since Tuesday’s blockbuster trade in which they sent their top goal scorer, Jason Robertson, and defenceman Jacob Paquette to Niagara for defenceman Billy Constantinou and forward Ian Martin, as well as 11 priority selection picks.
Chris Paquette leads the Petes against Kingston this season with 3 goals and 1 assist in 2 games. For the Fronts, Luke Drewitt, Matt Hotchkiss, and Brett Neumann lead the way against Peterborough with 1 goal each. In goal, Hunter Jones has a 1.50 GAA and 0.954 save percentage against the Frontenacs this year.
Peterborough’s highest winning margin this season, 4 goals, came against Kingston on September 20 in the Petes home opener.
Neumann is the only player between both teams to be in the top 20 of league scoring. He is 15th with 29 points.