- The Oshawa Generals started the season with a 4-2 loss to the Frontenacs
- Ryder McIntyre and Tristan Delisle contributed to the Generals' goals
- The teams will face each other again in Oshawa for the Generals' home opener
The Oshawa Generals had a disappointing start to the season with a 4-2 loss against the Kingston Frontenacs. Despite an early lead from Ryder McIntyre, the Generals couldn’t hold on as the Frontenacs came back strong in the second period. Rookie Tristan Delisle received a major penalty and was ejected from the game, but Oshawa managed to kill off the Frontenacs power play. Dylan Roobroeck scored the game-tying goal for Oshawa, but Kingston took control in the third period, securing the win with a fortunate bounce and an empty-net goal. The Generals will have a chance for redemption in their home opener on Sunday.