"The next day we had a matinee match against London. We kept up with them until the third when the refs decided to get some TV time on Sportsnet by awarding us an endless amount of penalties. We lost that game 7-2, but we competed hard and it was a good weekend for the team." (emphasis mine)This is where the uptight hockey types possibly swoop down and put the kibosh on the noble Werek's blogging efforts, but to them, we say, "hard cheese."
Werek is showing some personality and he's a 17-year-old having fun, and it's the end of another lost season in Kingston. Point being, the Frontenacs hierarchy, after the gong show perpetrated on Kingston fans across the past eleven seasons, has no moral authority to play censor. There's probably no repercussions anyway. That would require actual effort from GM-for-life Larry Mavety. We can't have that sort of thing in Kingston.
Kinger had a great interview with Werek, who's taking first-year Politics at Queen's, a couple weeks ago on CFRC 101.9. Someone double-dog dared Kinger to ask, "Who's more dysfunctional? The Frontenacs or the Queen's Political Studies department? Go!" Sanity prevailed, which is further proof that Kinger and Werek are the future.
Incidentally, it is venerable 67's coach Brian Kilrea's final game in Kingston tonight. Who knew Killer's middle name was Blair?
Werek's World (Coming Down The Pipe!)
And in the 8th game... (Patrick Kennedy, Kingston Whig-Standard)