FAST FACTS: Petes vs Frontenacs – Nov. 5

: 11-5-0-0 / 3rd East Division / 4th Eastern Conference
KGN: 1-11-2-1 / 5th East Division / 10th Eastern Conference

Last Game vs KGN (March 7/19): Frontenacs 0 at Petes 7
2018-19 Regular Season vs KGN
: 7-1-0-0
Last Five Years vs KGN: 22-9-0-1
Last Five Years vs KGN at home: 13-3-0-0

PBO: 8-3 W @ NB (Nov. 3)
KGN: 5-1 L @ OSH (Nov. 1)

: Robertson – 16GP – 19G – 9A – 28P
KGN: Wisdom – 15GP – 7G – 4A – 11P

: PP 28.8% (4th), PK 80.4% (5th)
: PP 20.0% (16th), PK 63.2% (20th)

Mar 7 vs KGN - GOAL Butler Bonello Defense

Peterborough’s best record over the last five seasons (including 2019-20) against a divisional opponent is versus the Frontenacs with a 13-3-0-0 home record and 22-9-0-1 overall record.

Dustin Hutton will make his return to the Peterborough Memorial Centre to face his former club after he was claimed off waivers by the Frontenacs last week.

Petes fans will have to wait to see exceptional status player Shane Wright as he’ll be out of the lineup, along with Peterborough’s Mason McTavish and J.R. Avon, to take part in the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge this week.

With 73 goals in 16 games, the Petes are third in the OHL in goals for and are averaging 4.56 goals per game.

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