Frontenacs Sign Aidan Spooner to Standard Player Agreement
Kingston - The Kingston Frontenacs are pleased to announce the signing of Aidan Spooner to a Standard Player Agreement.
Spooner, a 6'05", 187 lbs. goaltender from Maple, ON was selected 1st overall by the Frontenacs in the 2019 U-18 OHL Priority Selection.
Aidan spent the 2018-19 season playing for the Barrie Colts Midget AAA team in the ETAHL. In 16 games he recorded a 3.19 GAA. That improved to 2.55 in 4 playoff games.
Aidan will join the Jr. C Caledon Golden Hawks of the PJHL for the 2019-20 season.
"Aidan is a 6'05" goalie that has really started to develop." said GM Darren Keily. "Aidan has earned the right to be a part of this organization through his hard work and commitment to getting better."
The Frontenacs goaltending depth is something GM Darren Keily is proud of. "We are excited about the goaltending depth in our organization and look forward to helping all of our goalies develop this coming season."
The Frontenacs are 1-0-0-1 so far this preseason. They have two preseason games remaining on September 13 vs Ottawa (Napanee) and September 14 vs Oshawa (Bowmanville). The regular season opens on September 20th with the Home Opener presented by Scotiabank. Tickets for the Home Opener against the Oshawa Generals are available at ticketmaster.ca. Game time is 7 P.M.
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