The Kitchener Rangers slow start to the season continued Sunday afternoon when they fell 5-2 to the Kingston Frontenacs.
That leaves the Rangers a league worst 0-4 on the season. The London Knights are the only other winless team as of Monday, entering the day 0-3.
The Rangers led 2-1 after the 1st period with goals scored by Reid Valade and Simon Motew less than a minute apart.
However, Kingston scored four unanswered goals, three of which were scored on the power play, on their way to the win.
Each team had five power play opportunities, however, Kingston scored three times on the man advantage, while the Rangers were unable to capitalize.
The Rangers will try to get into the win column for the first time this season when they face the Owen Sound Attack at home on Friday.