OHL game coming to Cornwall

Nick Seebruch
OHL game coming to Cornwall
Centre ice at the Civic Complex (Nick Seebruch/ Seaway News).

CORNWALL, Ontario – The Cornwall Civic Complex will be hosting an OHL game this year, the first time OHL level hockey has been played in Cornwall in 20 years.

The Ottawa 67s will face off against the Kingston Frontenacs on Labour Day, Sept.

“Obviously, having Doug Gilmour as our President of Hockey Operations and his connection to Cornwall makes our exhibition game that much more exciting. We’re looking forward to playing Ottawa in front of a great crowd as we all know how passionate the Cornwall area is about hockey,” said Frontenacs General Manager Darren Keily.

Cornwall’s junior hockey team, the Cornwall Colts will be presenting the game in partnership with Cornwall Tourism.

Tickets are available at the Civic Complex box office or online here.

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