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Highlights from the Lumber Kings 8-2 win over Smiths Falls on November 17 Courtesy of Your TV

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Brady Egan Has a Night with 4 Goals Against Smiths Falls Bears-Courtesy of Your TV

Brady Egan 4 Goal Game - Nov. 17th vs Bears

Carp Ontario native Brady Egan has a big night vs the visiting Bears as he pockets 4 goals in a onesided 8-2 victory on Nov. 17th.Side Note: The Kings went 8/8 on the PP. What a game.Game Highlights Here: https://yourtv.tv/node/222456#CCHL #TrulyLocal #YourTV Pembroke Lumber Kings Central Canada Hockey League

Posted by Yourtv Ottawa Valley on Monday, November 18, 2019

Leaders

Former Lumber Kings Coach Sheldon Keefe Named Maple Leafs Coach

One of the most successful coaches in Pembroke Lumber Kings history is now the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Sheldon Keefe who won five consecutive championships as head coach and general manager of the Lumber Kings from 2007 to 2011 was named to the post following the firing of Mike Babcock.

Keefe has been coaching the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League for the past four years.  He won a Calder Cup championship with the Marlies in 2018.  He holds the CCHL record for fastest coach to 200 wins and he is responsible for bringing Pembroke its only national junior A hockey championship in 2011.
After leaving Pembroke, Keefe coached for two-and-a-half seasons in Sault Ste. Marie of the Ontario Hockey League, before moving to Toronto to lead the Marlies.  Read more about Keefe's journey from Pembroke to the top coaching job in the NHL on this week's Lumber Kings blog.

 

Lumber Kings Falls to Rockland 5-2

An early goal by Jacob Shankar was a promising start for the Pembroke Lumber Kings but the team dropped a 5-2 decision to the Rockland Nationals in a rare weekday afternoon game, played in Carleton Place.  Shankar's goal came 51 seconds into the game, but the Kings would give up three consecutive goals before Anthony Urbisci brought the Kings to within a goal.  Rockland added two more goals in the third period to complete the scoring.

The Kings are now 14 and 13 on the season.  Rockland improved to 17 and 8 on the season with a couple of shootout losses. The  Kings are home to the Ottawa Jr. Senators Sunday night in Pembroke at 7 o'clock.