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2019-20 Season Paused Until Further Notice

March 12, 2020 - Ontario Hockey League (OHL) - Kingston Frontenacs News Release

The health and welfare of our fans and players is paramount to the Kingston Frontenacs. The Ontario Hockey League, like leagues around North America, have decided the best interest of the health and welfare of fans and players is to not continue play, at this point, with the 2019-20 season. With that there are more questions about what's to come in the future, both with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the playing of sports and gathering of large groups of people, than we have answers.

As per the announcement from the Canadian Hockey League to paused the 2020-21 season until further notice, our final four regular season home games will not play as scheduled:

Friday, March 13 vs. Hamilton Bulldogs SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Saturday, March 14 vs. Ottawa 67's SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Friday, March 20 vs. Oshawa Generals SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Sunday, March 22 vs. Peterborough Petes SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

At this time, we do not know the plan for these games as to whether they will be rescheduled or cancelled. Once we know we will communicate that to everyone involved with our games.

We appreciate the support of our fans and understand the uncertainty of customers who have purchased tickets for games that are now not being played as scheduled. We are working to formulate a plan on how to proceed with rescheduled tickets, refunds, and how we move forward, and will provide those answers to our customers as soon as this situation becomes clearer.

We continue to monitor this situation and look to KFL&A Public Health and the Public Health Agency of Canada for the expert guidance through this very fluid and everchanging situation as we follow the lead of the Ontario Hockey League. We will provide updates as they become available and we have had a chance to plan how we proceed. But most importantly, we urge our fans to take every precaution to safeguard their own health and the health of the people around them: stay home if you're sick, wash your hands, limit the spread of illness, and monitor your health after travelling.

Thank you for your patience and understanding. Stay safe.

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