By Fred Groves
(KINGSVILLE, ON) – After a couple of tough losses on the road the Kingsville Kings showed they are indeed Kings of their own castle Sunday afternoon. Building up a 5-0 lead against the defending Russell Cup champion Tottenham Steam, the Kings won big, 11-2, upping their Greater Metro Junior ‘A’ Hockey League record to 14-3-0-2.
Kings leading scorer Dan Leach had the hat trick against the Steam while line-mate Tyler Garcia and Jackub Mecir each netted two goals and a helper.
Forward Andrew Baxter had a great game with three assists with the team got single goals from Morek Gharibyar, Ondrey Tomek, Brendan Borg, and Jaromir Vicek.
Pierce Dubowski got the win in net.
It was the third game in as many days for Kingsville who fell 7-6 to host Niagara on Friday and the next day came up short 7-4 in London against the Lakers.
The Kings travel to North York on Saturday while on Sunday they play host to the Toronto Attack at 3:00pm.
Kingsville will be without the services of forward Marvin Simmons who suffered a broken leg at a recent practice.