Erie Otters edge London Knights in OT

There is something about overtime that the Erie Otters really enjoy. It could be the three-on-three aspect of it. It could be the desperation factor that it brings as they chase a playoff spot in the Western Conference. Whatever it…

Soo Greyhounds double up London Knights in weekend loss

The London Knights finished three games in less than 48 hours with a 6-3 loss to the Greyhounds on Sunday in Sault Ste. Marie. It was the first time this season that the Knights had not come away with at…

A 55-save performance by Ivan Prosvetov stymies the London Knights in Saginaw

The London Knights threw everything they had at the Saginaw Spirit net in the third period on Saturday night. If there had been a kitchen sink on the ice, they likely could have found a way to direct it at…

Joseph Raaymakers and the London Knights return home to blank Windsor 7-0

On Thursday night, Joseph Raaymakers became the sixth Ontario Hockey League goaltender to reach 100 wins. On Friday, he celebrated in front of the fans at Budweiser Gardens with a 22-save shutout as the London Knights defeated the Windsor Spitfires…

London Knights deal for third leading scorer in the OHL

Kevin Hancock was a major reason the London Knights did not advance past Owen Sound in last year’s Ontario Hockey League playoffs. He had six points in the four-game series, scored one game-winner and helped to set up another one…

Preview: London Knights at Niagara Ice Dogs

The London Knights visit the Niagara Ice Dogs on Thursday night (coverage at 6:30 p.m. on 980 CFPL) in a game that will see two of the top teams in the Ontario Hockey League go head to head. Story continues…

London Knights close out 2018 with a 7-1 stomping of the Sarnia Sting

The London Knights completed the 2018 portion of the 2018-19 Ontario Hockey League season with a 7-1 victory at Budweiser Gardens on New Year’s Eve. Connor McMichael and Nathan Dunkley scored twice and Josh Nelson had a goal and two…

Adam Boqvist taking flight with the Knights

In one of his first shifts in the Ontario Hockey League, Adam Boqvist crossed the Sault Ste. Marie blue line, scissored between two defenders, cut to the net and nearly lifted a backhand past Greyhounds goalie and L.A. Kings prospect…