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A sold-out Meridian Centre crowd got to enjoy a great New Year's Eve, just not a victory as Kingston took the IceDogs 3-1.It was a goal in each period before Johnny Corneil struck for his 12th.
Stephen Dhillon was once again strong is goal making 37 saves. The turning point could have been a five minute power-play in the sscond where the veterans Frontenacs' kept Niagara at bay.
Post game, every member of the team took part in a skate with the fans, making it a fun end to 2016.
The IceDogs hit the road Wednesday night to face off with the Erie Otters. The pre-game show begins at 6:30 on 610 CKTB.
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