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Werek's goal with four seconds left propels Kingston past London 3-2 @NHLdotcom

KINGSTON, Ont. - Kingston's Ethan Werek might be handed the keys to the city.

Werek scored with four seconds left in regulation to lead the Frontenacs to a stunning 3-2 victory over the London Knights in Ontario Hockey League action Friday.

Werek's 20th goal of the season gave the Frontenacs (10-31-5-3) an unlikely win over a Knights team that has hovered near the top of the Canadian Hockey League standings for most of the season. The win broke a five-game losing streak for Kingston.

Taylor Doherty and Nathan Moon also scored for the Frontenacs.

Michael Del Zotto and Zac Rinaldo replied for the Knights (36-11-0-2), while star forward John Tavares was held without a point. Tavares came into the game with 13 goals and seven assists in his first seven games in a London uniform.

Mavric Parks preserved the upset victory with 32 saves for Kingston.

London netminder Trevor Cann stopped 24 shots in defeat.

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