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Kingston Kings Next Game
Thurs. May 23 vs Gloucester
8 PM Centre 70
Admission: Adults $5, Students $3, Children under 12 free!
GO KINGS GO!
Tickets for the First Capital Cup go on sale now at the K-Rock Centre.
Who: Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks vs. Peterborough Lakers in a regular-season Major Series Lacrosse game
Logistics: Saturday, June 8, 7 p.m. at the K-Rock Centre
Tickets: Adults $15, seniors and students $13, children under 12 $7, children under 5 free when accompanied by an adult
Available: At the K-Rock Centre box office or online at www.k-rockcentre.com on Thursday, Feb. 14 for subscribers, on Friday, Feb. 15 for the general public
News & Events:
Previous News & Events
|Late goal gives Whitby victory|
Connor van Ryn's fifth goal of the game, with just two minutes remaining in the third period, lifted the Whitby Warriors to a 12-11 win over the Kingston Kings in an Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League game Thursday night at Centre 70.
The defeat, Kingston's third in a row, dropped the Kings' early... [Read More]
|Kings beaten in Clarington|
Kingston Kings dropped their second game in a row Wednesday night, 11-3 to the three-time defending Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League champion Clarington Shamrox.
The defeat leaves the Kings with a 1-2 record to take into Thursday night's game at Centre 70 against the Whitby Warriors. Kingston's... [Read More]
|Kings embark on busy week |
Week 2 of the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League schedule presents a daunting challenge for the Kingston Kings. After splitting the first two games of the season, the Kings will travel to Clarington Wednesday to meet the two-time defending league champion Shamrox. On Thursday, the Kings return... [Read More]
|Kings whipped in Peterborough|
For the second game in a row, the Kingston Kings played a dreadful second period. This time, however, there was no heroic comeback in the third, as the Peterborough Lakers opened their Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League season with a 10-2 over the visiting Kings Friday night.
The defeat evened the... [Read More]
|KINGS WIN SEASON OPENER|
A stirring third-period comeback lifted the Kingston Kings to a 12-9 win over the visiting Gloucester Griffins Thursday night in the opening game of the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League season for both teams.
Trailing 8-6 going into the final 20 minutes, the Kings outscored Gloucester 6-1 in the... [Read More]