Skip to main content

Two Kingston Frontenacs players, trainer, involved in accident @NHLdotcom

WINDSOR, Ont. - Two weekend games involving the Kingston Frontenacs have been postponed after players Jonathan Sciacca and Anthony Peters and assistant trainer Kurt Pearson were hit by a car.

The incident happened Friday in Windsor, where Kingston had played the Spitfires a night earlier. None of the Frontenacs was seriously hurt.

Several players and members of the team's training staff were on a morning walk when the accident occurred.

Kingston had been scheduled to play Friday night in Saginaw and Saturday in Plymouth, but both games were postponed. The Frontenacs instead decided to return home.

"We appreciate the support of the league as well as the teams in their understanding of this difficult and traumatic experience," Kingston owner Doug Springer said in a statement. "At this time our focus is on the well-being of Jonathan, Anthony and Kurt and the well-being of our team as a whole."

View More

The NHL uses cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies. By using NHL websites or other online services, you consent to the practices described in our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, including our Cookie Policy.