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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Kingston Frontenacs and Plymouth Whalers players update

It was an exciting game this afternoon between these two clubs. Plymouth had a 5-1 lead until Kingston came back to tie it. Plymouth eventually won it in overtime making the comeback incomplete.

Kingston's Alan Quine finally got the monkey off his back today scoring not once, but twice. the former second overall pick in the Priority Draft started to show some confidence after his first goal setting up team mates over and over again. His deceptive shot got him the goals today. A beautiful wrister from the half boards for his first, and his ability to roof the puck in close to the net for his second.

Plymouth's Alex Aleardi Showed why he is all that is said of him. Good puck possession player that's willing to take it to the front of the net. I think he is underrated as a skater.  He's an excellent passer that finds his open teammates. If i have any knock against him it's that he doesn't use his passing abilities more often.

Plymouth's Stefan Noesen is everything that he's made out to be. He's gritty and plays hard rarely loosing a battle. A good skater with nice hands. He scored twice today and set up the overtime winner after battling hard and making the perfect pass for the winning goal.

Nick Malysa is an absolute monster defensively. He gets plenty of PK time and when the Whalers have to play defensive, he's usually the first one on the ice. He's actually a pretty good skater and is more than adept at moving the puck out of his own zone.

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