GAMEDAY 10 | Niagara IceDogs vs Kingston Frontenacs – January 11th, 2019

January 11th, 2019

Niagara IceDogs (23-9-7-0 | 53 pts) vs Kingston Frontenacs (11-28-1-0 | 23 pts) 7:00 pm.

Organized by: Jordyn Moussa, Social Media and Sales Coordinator

1) The Kingston Frontenacs make their final visit to the Meridian Centre of the season.

2) The IceDogs lead the season series against the Frontenacs, with two wins, including an 8-0 victory in December.

3) Jason Robertson (17 games – 17 goals, 24 assists), Ben Jones (6 games – 6 goals, 10 assists) and Kirill Maksimov (6 games – 5 goals, 7 assists) are all riding point streak to start the second half of the season.

4) Kirill Maksimov continues to rank second, behind Jason Robertson (13), with 12 powerplay goals this season. Maksimov’s 27 goals on the season leads the team.

5) The net is expected to belong to recently acquired goaltender Jake McGrath and Christian Sbaragalia tonight, although it is unsure of which goaltender will get the start.

6) The IceDogs have the 1st ranked home powerplay, with 30.1% efficiency, and the 17th ranked home penalty kill, with an 70.3% efficiency rating.

7) The Frontenacs’ away power play ranks 19th with a 13% efficiency, while their away penalty kill is also ranked 6th with 79.7% efficiency.

8) Tonight’s game marks the first Jason Robertson will play against his former team, and the first he and Jacob Paquette will play against them at home.

9) Kingston is led on the scoresheet by Ryan Cranford (26 points) and Billy Constantinou (23 points).

10) Former IceDogs Ian Martin and Billy Constantinou will be making their first appearance back at the Meridian Centre since being moved in November.

Tonight’s game is presented by Bell Let’s Talk. Tweet your seats to @OHLIceDogs and @Bell_LetsTalk using #BellLetsTalk for a chance to win a Bell Let’s Talk prize pack during the game!

On January 30th, be sure to use #BellLet’sTalk in all social posts! For every use of the hashtag, Bell Let’s Talk will be donating 5 cents to mental health initiatives to help end the stigma.

Tickets can still be purchased  for tonight’s game online HERE, or in person at the following locations:

IceDogs Meridian Centre Offices 905-687-3641
Meridian Centre Box Office
Pen Centre Customer Service
Seaway Mall Customer Service

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