Kingston Frontenacs

The Kingston Frontenacs are a Canadian ice hockey team from Kingston, Ontario. The team was founded in 1989 as a junior team and plays since in one of the three highest Canadian Junior Hockey League, the Ontario Hockey League ( OHL ).


In 1989 the rights to the Kingston Raiders were sold to a group of investors, with the Wren Blair and Bob Attersley two former hockey players were also involved, which renamed the franchise in Kingston Frontenacs. Ajar was the name of the Kingston Frontenacs of the Eastern Professional Hockey League, who played for both. In its twenty years of existence the team so far (as of 2009 ) has just won a division title when they won the Leyden Trophy 1994/95 as the winner of the East Division. In addition, the team reached the final of the J. Ross Robertson Cup, where it defeated the Peterborough Petes in the 1992/93 season. After nine years, the franchise was sold to the Springer family in 1998, after Doug Springer owner and chairman of the Kingston Frontenacs was.

According to the Sudbury Wolves, the franchise is the zweiterfolgloseste in the Ontario Hockey League and the vierterfolgloseste in the entire Canadian Hockey League.


Logo 1998-2001

Logo from 2001 to 2008 /09

News Logo since 2008 /09


J. Ross Robertson Cup

  • No

Bobby Orr Trophy

  • No

Hamilton Spectator Trophy

  • No

Division title

Former Players

The following players who were active for the Kingston Frontenacs, played in the course of her career in the National Hockey League: