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Lumber Kings Fall 4-1 to Brockville

The leading scorer on the Brockville Braves roster scored twice as the Pembroke Lumber Kings dropped a 4-1 decision to the Braves. Justin McRae scored his 8th and 9th goals of the season, handing the Lumber Kings their fifth loss in their past six games.

Pembroke's only goal came from defenceman Nicolas Guillemette who scored his third goal of the season. Guillemette leads the team in scoring with 15 points.  Both teams were 0 for 4 on the powerplay.

The Lumber Kings are now 8 and 6 on the season.  Brockville has 7 wins, 3 regulation losses and 3 losses in overtime. The Kings will try to get back in the win column on Thanksgiving Sunday when they host the Kemptville 73's for a 7 p.m.  face off.



Lumber Kings and Batallion Reach Affiliation Agreement

The Pembroke Lumber Kings have reached a player affiliation agreement with the North Bay Batallion of the Ontario Hockey League that will benefit both organizations.  The Batallion will make some of their signed players available to the Lumber Kings, giving them more opportunity to develop their skills or return to the Batallion line-up from injuries.  Both teams have sighted the geographical distance between Pembroke and North Bay as being advantageous for this partnership.