KINGSTON, Ont. - The reason the Kingston Frontenacs have been unable to string together two wins in the first 22 games of their Ontario Hockey League season was evident again on Friday night.
The Frontenacs gave up a late third-period power-play goal to the Peterborough Petes, letting a regulation win slip away in the late stages for the fourth time this season as the Petes won 4-3 in a shootout.
Peterborough Goaltender Jason Missiaen was also responsible for holding off the Frontenacs, making 37 saves in regulation.
Petes players Jack Walchessen and Tony Romano scored on Mavric Parks in the shootout. Nathan Moon scored for Kingston.
Romano was a hero earlier for Peterborough, scoring at 16:25 of the third on a power play to force overtime.
The Frontenacs never trailed in the game until the shootout, but couldn't hold on to 2-0 or 3-2 leads.
Adam Sedlak and Zack Kassian also scored in regulation for the Petes (10-12-0-1).
Ethan Werek, Josh Brittain and Corbin Crawford found the net for Kingston (5-12-4-1).
Missiaen made 38 saves, while Parks stopped 36 shots.