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Doug Gilmour era with Frontenacs ends quietly

In a move that did not shock people who follow the Kingston Frontenacs, Doug Gilmour announced last week that he was stepping down from his role as team President to take a job with the Toronto Maple Leafs as a community ambassador. The Gilmour era ends much as it started,

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Doug Gilmour leaving the Kingston Frontenacs

The following is a press release from the Kingston Frontenacs issued on Friday, Nov. 1, 2019 regarding the departure of hometown hockey legend Doug Gilmour: After 11 years with the Kingston Frontenacs, Doug Gilmour has announced his departure to return to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Gilmour, who spent more than

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Frontenacs sign their top three picks

  There was an air of optimism in and around the Kingston Frontenacs offices on this afternoon as the team formally signed their top three picks to standard player agreements. OHL first overall pick Shane Wright, second round pick Francesco Arcuri and third round pick Maddox Callens were all in

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Kingston Voyageurs are no more

While it wasn’t exactly the NFL’s Baltimore Colts March 29, 1984 midnight run out of that city, to local hockey fans it’s a close second. In a move that has outraged many followers of the local franchise, the current owners of the Kingston Voyageurs, Deanna Oliver and Rob Zarichny, have

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Stanley Cup coming to Kingston in honour of 75th anniversary of Original Hockey Hall of Fame

It’s the most coveted prize in all of hockey, it’s been hoisted by legends and heroes alike, and it’s coming to Kingston. As part of the celebrations of the 75th anniversary of the Original Hockey Hall of Fame, Lord Stanley’s Cup will be in Kingston on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018.

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Six Questions for Kody A. Paul

Meet Kody Paul. Or rather, you’ve probably already met Kody Paul. This frontman for The Kodeines is an unapologetic man about town (“I suppose when I needed it, the downtown scene was there for me,” he explains). Catch him sipping a Java at Casa Domenico or a bourbon at the

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Honouring the Tragically Hip

Kingston is a city unlike any other, and yet similar to other urban centres our streets remind us of our rich and humble history. I’m not referring to the trademark limestone structures, monumental landmarks, gorgeous parks or longstanding commercial fixtures, rather the names of our well travelled streets, boulevards and

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Hockey Hall of Fame Inducts Doug Gilmour

Last night, one of Kingston’s greatest names in sport took his place amongst hockey’s elite including: Bobbie Orr, Gordie Howe, Wayne Gretzky and many others, as he was ceremoniously inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. During Doug Gilmour’s 20 year career, he played for St. Louis (’83–’88), Calgary (’88–’92),

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