Sawyer Boulton’s indefinite suspension is over.
The Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League playoffs are usually fascinating.
The OHL-leading London Knights (39-12-0-3) play host to the Windsor Spitfires (17-29-4-3) in a Family Day matchup at Budweiser Gardens. Puck drop is at 2 p.m. and you can get to-the-minute updates below from LFP hockey writer Ryan Pyette.
Marc Methot was TSN’s TV colour commentator when the London Knights played the Peterborough Petes in the OHL final last spring.
The OHL-leading London Knights play host to the Soo Greyhounds Friday night in what could be an intense game at Budweiser Gardens.
Two months ago, John Dean said the Knights tried to drag the game ‘into the gutter.’
Billy Carroll didn’t follow major junior hockey much before the London Knights picked him eighth overall in the 1976 draft.
The OHL-leading London Knights (37-11-0-3) are visiting the Oshawa Generals (26-17-5-1) on Sunday afternoon for a game at the Tribute Communities Centre. Puck drop is at 2 p.m. and follow along below for to-the-minute coverage from LFP hockey writer Ryan Pyette
The OHL-leading London Knights play host Friday night to their longtime rivals, the Windsor Spitfires, who enter the game tied for last overall.
No London Knight torches the Flint Firebirds quite like Ruslan Gazizov. The Russian forward buried a hat trick as part of a five-point outing in a 9-2 demolition of the Firebirds before 2,310 Wednesday at Dort Financial Center. The 20-year-old Gazizov put up three points against Flint in their most recent visit to London and […]