Kingston Frontenacs to host first home game since February 2020

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The following is a message from the Kingston Frontenacs Hockey Club outlining exhibition game ticket availability, as well as COVID-19 policy and protocols:

The Kingston Frontenacs are preparing to host a home game at the Leon’s Centre for the first time since February 21st, 2020. On Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, our team will play the Ottawa 67’s in a pre-season exhibition game.

Currently, in stage 3 of the Ontario reopening act, all indoor entertainment facilities are allowed 1,000 people and all OHL teams will adhere to this current policy. We are providing our 2021-22 season ticket members the first right of refusal to attend our exhibition games. If limited tickets become available, the general public will be provided the opportunity to purchase the remaining tickets before each upcoming exhibition home game.

As per guidelines recently released by the province, only fully vaccinated individuals (completed at a minimum of 14 days prior) will be permitted into the Leon’s Centre. Our team will require proof of vaccination, photo identification and mandatory mask-wearing from Saturday, Sept. 18 onwards by all patrons inside the venue.

We are optimistic regarding our ability to host full capacity events at the Leon’s Centre by our opening night on October 8, 2021, when we host the Ottawa’s 67’s. 

In anticipation of this possibility, the Frontenacs will launch our 2021-22 single-game tickets for the regular season starting next week. Once launched, tickets will be available to purchase online at or in person at the venue box office. 2021-22 season tickets are on sale now at

Our organization is excited for the upcoming season and we can’t wait to welcome our fans, partners and sponsors back into the stands.


The Kingston Frontenacs Hockey Club

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