It may be a new Ontario Hockey League season but there was definitely a familiar look to it for the Kingston Frontenacs on Friday night. Jason Robertson, who had tied the game earlier, scored at 1:32 of overtime as the Frontenacs opened the season with a 3-2 win over the Erie Otters before 4,286 fans at the Rogers K-Rock Centre. “First time (in his three years with Frontenacs) winning a home opener. I can check that off the list. I’m glad we gave everyone a good show,” Robertson said.
The Kingston Frontenacs' home opener will be a new experience for head coach Jay Varady, who begins his first Ontario Hockey League season behind the bench. What won't be so new for the 40-year-old Varady will be the coach behind the Erie Otters bench, Chris Hartsburg. The two go back to their time together in the Western Hockey League with the Everett Silvertips. Varady and Hartsburg were assistant coaches for a few seasons when Craig Hartsburg, Chris's father, coached the team.
Defencemen Jacob Paquette and Eemeli Rasanen are both poised to play the big-minute roles on the back end as the Kingston Frontenacs begin their Ontario Hockey League season. Stephen Desrocher and Nathan Billitier were the go-to defencemen who played oodles of minutes last year. Now that they have moved on and general manager Darren Keily is talking about the Paquette-Rasanen show on the back end, it's something both players are happy to take on.
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Selecting a term
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