The biggest stories this week about the London Knights have been about what happened – and didn’t happen – off the ice in the league-wide wheeling and dealing before Tuesday’s trade deadline. Though the Knights picked up a couple of experienced forwards from the Hamilton Bulldogs, they bowed out of the competition for Shane Wright, who went to the Windsor Spitfires. The focus for Knights fans will now be on what happens on the ice as the OHL’s hottest team faces the Guelph Storm Friday night in the first of two home games this weekend. Read More
The Owen Sound Attack needed to bounce back from a Saturday night letdown against the Guelph Storm. Instead, the squad slumbered through 50 minutes of Sunday’s game and let a struggling Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds team beat them for the second time in a week. The Greyhounds took a 4-1 lead into the third period […]
The Knights of Meaford are hosting a memorial game Thursday to raise funds for the young daughters of a woman who helped take care of the team and its players for 10 years as a faithful volunteer and billet mom. Ashley Clock, a single mother, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Nov. 12, 2022, at the […]
The superstars of the women’s game stormed into the Scenic City Saturday morning to kick off Hockey Day in Canada at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre. Team Scotiabank shut out Team Adidas 3-0 in the PWHPA Scotiabank Showcase, a part of the Secret Dream Gap Tour regular season. Three-time Olympic gold medalist Rebecca Johnston […]
The Windsor Spitfires average nearly five goals a game and they did a little bit better than that in an 8-1 win over the Owen Sound Attack Sunday night at home. With the win, the Spitfires improved their league-leading record to 32-12-3-1 and extend a winning streak at the WFCU Centre to eight games. Owen […]
Sean McGurn has assisted on a lot of Luke Evangelista’s goals this season. He isn’t going to stop now.
WINDSOR – Once again, the Windsor Spitfires have pulled themselves off the canvas. Down a goal and struggling to generate offence, the Spitfires struck for a pair of goals 47-seconds apart late in the second period on Monday and from there never relinquished the lead en route to a 5-2 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs […]