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After an epic third period come back comes up short, your Penetang Kings 2014/15 season came to a close on Monday night in Schomberg.  Being down five to two to start the third period, your Kings clawed their way back into the hockey game only to watch the Cougars put the final touches on the Kings with a sixth goal with just under three minutes remaining in the game.  It was fitting that Schomberg bounced back they way they did, being they were able to do that all series.  Every time the Kings got with in one, or tied a game, the Cougars always had an answer, and always found the Extra gear.  Schomberg was definitely  the better team in this affair, getting big time plays from their top players when needed.   Congrats Schomberg, and good luck in the finals. 
With the season coming to a close, it also brings to an end the Junior hockey career of veteran rear guard Dan Hogan.  Hoggie has played an outstanding five seasons in the GBMO, his first two with Stayner and Midland, and the last three with the Kings.  In those last three seasons, he played a total of 132 games.  Congrats Hoggie on a great career.
With the finish of the season not even 24hrs old, the thoughts and anticipation of what next year could bring has already started.  Your Kings have the ability to bring back 18 players from this year's team, giving fans and supporters of the team lots to be excited about looking ahead to next year.  The Kings would like to thank all our AP players for coming aboard with the team near the end of the year, giving us some great depth and options. The team closes out the season with a final practice and exit interviews on Wednesday night.
Go Kings Go
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Your Penetang Kings have just wrapped up their first round against the fifth place Caledon Golden Hawks in a very intense four game sweep.  In the regular season, we split the series 2-2 and in the last game of the year we hosted Caledon and lost 3-2 in a  hard fought game that had to be decided in a shoot-out. In the opening game of the series we wanted to set the tone and came out playing Kings hockey right from the opening face-offafter three periods and scoring into an open net, we sealed  a 3-1 win.

Game two was in Caledon and after the first 10 minutes we broke a 1-1 tie and went on to score four unanswered  goals to take game two 5-1. Game three was back at home and this was the best game we played as a team in this series, as we scored six straight goalsour PK was spotless as Caledon went 0 for 8 and we were able to capitalize on three of our PP with the only blemish coming with 3 seconds left in the game to make it a 6-1 final.

We went back to Caledon for game four with the intent to try to wrap up the series.  We knew we were going to get their best game as both teams battled to a 2-2 draw in the first. We came out flat in the second and they took full advantage taking a 5-2 lead going into the third. In the third period your Penetang Kings were back to playing Kings hockey and stormed back to tie the game 5-5 heading into overtime.  We didn't take our foot off the gas as we continued to push the pace and at 7:53 your Kings swept the series in four straight games. In this series we had 17 players record a point. Everyone stepped up on our special teams and on the defensive side of the puck; doing all the little things that don't show up on the score sheet to make it a complete team victory and we will continue to play KINGS HOCKEY.

Dale Gignac

Head Coach

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