March 06, 2010

Game Set Up - Kingston

This is the last regular season match-up between these two teams and to date, the record is 4 games won by Kingston of the 7 games played this season. Kingston is coming off two losses against Oshawa while Ottawa is riding the high of beating the CHL first ranked Barrie Colts.

With their OT loss to Oshawa tonight, I believe the Fronts are still mathematically in the race for the Divisional title and second place overall in the conference. They would have to win all 4 remaining games (including against the Barrie Colts) and Ottawa would have to lose all 3 of their remaining games in regulation. A win or a regulation tie, or a Kingston loss will seal it for Ottawa.

Standings notwithstanding, the 67's want to tie up the season series and lock up the title in Kingston with this game. Ottawa needs to keep up the energy they brought to the game against Barrie and take this one in Kingston's barn.

(note - these stats are not updated with the results of tonight's game against Oshawa)
Ottawa 67'sHead to HeadKingston Frontenacs
35-23-4-3 77 pointsRecord32-27-1-3 68 points
2nd EasternConference - Rank4th Eastern
236 GF219
210 GA236
(52/292) 17.8 (12th)
PP% (rank)(47/325) 14.5 (20th)
(62/284) 78.2 (16th)
PK% (rank)(61/319) 80.9 (9th)

Top Guns
Ottawa 67'sKingston Frontenacs
Lindsay (37-43-80)Moon (27-42-69)
Toffoli (37-38-75)Harnden (24-34-58)
Nigro (16-44-60)Werek (27-30-57)
Martindale (19-37-56)Pleckaitis (21-30-51)
Nesbitt (31-24-55)Doherty (16-27-43)

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