This is from the OHA’s website. http://www.ohahockey.ca/view/oha/news/news_302426 CAMBRIDGE, ON – It is with great sadness that the Ontario Hockey Association announces the passing of one of it’s long time serving
By Jim Parker (The Windsor Star), edited by David Honsberger After back-to-back trips to the national championship, University of Windsor Lancers head coach and former Leamington Flyer and Sarnia Steeplejack
The London Knights and General Manager Basil McRae announced that London’s 4th round pick in the 2013 OHL priority selection (64th overall) Matthew Tkachuk has signed a standard players agreement…..
For those of you unaware, I was asked by the OHA in January to contribute an article on the GOJHL in the OHA’s Blueline Magazine, Play-Off Edition. Of course I
With the OHL playoffs over for the London Knights the organization immediately started looking to the 2015/16 season with their annual Mini Development Camp . With over 40 draft picks…..
We started the season with 26 teams, entered the post-season with 24, and we’re down to the final 2, Golden Horseshoe Champion Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs vs. Wild Card LaSalle Vipers.
Not since 2006 have the Knights been swept in a series . In game 4 against the Erie Otters, London threw everything they had at the visitors . Michael Giugovaz…..
The Barrie Colts and North Bay Battalion finished with the same number of points in the regular season. So it would make sense that, through two playoff games, there would…..
After taking their first-round OHL playoff-opening series against the Owen Sound Attack in 5 games, the storm seems to have settled in Guelph. The Guelph Storm dropped their third straight…..
Sunday night the Erie Otters came to town to face the London Knights in game 3 of their series . Everything has gone the Otters way so far . Shorthanded…..