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Flashback to the Pembroke Lumber Kings 2009 Championship Season-Courtesy of Your TV Ottawa Valley

Leaders

Late Goal Gives North Bay OHL Exhibition Win Over Ottawa at PMC-Courtesy of Your TV Ottawa Valley

Standings

Canadians Spoil Lumber Kings Home Opener

A late goal by the Carleton Place Canadians broke a tie and powered the Carleton Place Canadians to a 3-2 win over the Pembroke Lumber Kings, spoiling the Kings home opener.  Christian Berini scored the goal at 16:21 of the final period as the Canadians improved to 2 and 0, while the Kings fell to 0 and 2.

Pembroke got goals from Matt Yeager and Josh Brady.  The Kings outshot the Canadians 24-23 and scored both of their goals on the powerplay.

 

The Kings now have a week off before playing in Ottawa on Saturday, October 1st and then returning home to host the Rockland Nationals on Sunday, October 2nd at 7 p.m.

Again this season, fans can follow the Lumber Kings on Hockey TV, My FM Radio and Your TV Ottawa Valley (Cogeco).  All Kings games are available through Hockey TV, while My FM will be airing most of the Kings road games and Your TV will broadcast some home games on local cable television.  Cable subscribers will also be able to watch some out of market Kings road games that will be covered by Your TV in Brockville, Smiths Falls and Cornwall.

Historic Pembroke Memorial Centre Hosts First OHL Game

Over its 71 year history, the Pembroke Memorial Centre has hosted a lot of hockey games, but something new happened on Saturday, September 24 when two Ontario Hockey League teams staged an exhibition game in the fabled rink.  The North Bay Battalion picked up a last minute goal to edge the Ottawa 67's 5-4 in front of more than 1400 fans.
Gavin Ewles, who spent most of last season with the Kings, dressed for the 67's. He played two games with Ottawa last year as a 16 year old and is hoping to stick with the major junior club this year.
The Lumber Kings kick off their home schedule on Sunday, September 25 against the Carleton Place Canadians.  The box office will open at 6 p.m. and season tickets will also be on sale during the game.