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Give back to the community at the United Way Community Donation Drive

The giving season is upon us, and the United Way says many people in the Kingston community are looking for ways to help their fellow community members who may be in need this year. The pandemic has been difficult for many in KFL&A and as the effects of COVID-19 continue,

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Kingston Frontenacs dismiss Head Coach Kurtis Foster

Kurtis Foster will no longer fill the role of head coach for the Kingston Frontenacs, the OHL team announced on Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2020. According to a press release from the Frontenacs, the decision is effective immediately. Foster served as head coach of the franchise for the past two seasons.

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Ontario Hockey League ‘pauses’ season

In a move that was expected, the Canadian Hockey League and its three regional member leagues – Ontario Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior League and the Western Hockey league – have decided to pause play until further notice due to concerns over coronavirus COVID-19. The announcement came after a 3

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Hockey Week lineup for Feb Fest 2020 announced

If you’ve been downtown at all lately, you’ve likely noticed an abundance of activity and excitement as Feb Fest has taken over the downtown core. The 16th annual Feb Fest kicked off at the start of February for a month full of festivities – not the least of which is

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GoFundMe campaign set up for injured former Fronts therapist

Sports therapists are the backbone of every team and Ryan Bennett has been in that role for a number of local teams, helping many athletes over the years. Now, he needs the help of the community. Bennett was the last therapist for the Belleville Bulls, who moved to Hamilton following

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Kingston Frontenacs to honour Chris Clifford

In what promises to be a memorable night at the Leon’s Centre, the Kingston Frontenacs will turn back the clock to honor the history of the franchise, which will include honoring perhaps the most popular player in franchise history, Chris Clifford. The Frontenacs will take on the Peterborough Petes at

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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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Kingston-born Lindsay Agnew represents Canada at FIFA World Cup

  Twenty-four-year-old Lindsay Agnew is a fullback on the Canadian Women’s soccer team currently competing at the 2019 FIFA World Cup. While she grew up in Ohio and currently plays as a defender for the Houston Dash, Agnew was born in and has ties to Kingston. Her father, Gary Agnew,

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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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Shane Wright is exceptional in many ways

This past hockey season, I had an opportunity to watch the Don Mills Flyers Midget AAA team play twice in Greater Toronto Hockey League games. The main attraction was Shane Wright who, at the time I watched him play, had yet to apply for ‘exceptional status’ to play in the

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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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