Frontenacs name Jakob Brahaney captain

Ontario Hockey League


Kingston, ON – The Kingston Frontenacs announced via Twitter (@KingstonFronts) on Thursday that overage blueliner Jakob Brahaney will serve as the team’s captain for 2019-20.

A 20-year-old from Campbellville, Ont., Brahaney enters his fifth season with the Frontenacs after registering 23 points (5-18–23) over 66 games in 2018-19. The 6-foot-1, 192Ib. defenceman has appeared in 202 career regular season games, recording 58 points (11-47–58) after being a second round pick by the Fronts in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection.

In Brahaney’s time with the club, the Fronts have won an East Division title and reached the Eastern Conference Final. The Quinte Red Devils minor midget graduate attended rookie camp with the Vancouver Canucks prior to last season.

The Frontenacs also announced that sophomore defenceman Jake Murray will be an alternate captain with the team this season.

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