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LONDON KNIGHTS MOURN THE LOSS OF KELLY THOMSON

The London Knights organization is incredibly saddened to learn of the passing of alumnus, Kelly Thomson.

“This is a very sad day for our organization”, said London Knights Vice President and General Manager, Mark Hunter.  “Kelly was an incredibly passionate and hard-working player for the Knights during his time in London.  His work ethic and enthusiasm was key to our success during his tenure with the Knights.  He will always be a member of our organization, and we have lost a close family member.”

Thomson, a London native, played for the Knights during the team’s first Memorial Cup Championship in the 2004-2005 season.

“We were incredibly saddened when we heard the news of Kelly’s passing”, said London Knights President and Head Coach, Dale Hunter.  “Kelly was a leader on and off the ice.  We always viewed Kelly as a member of our family.  We send our condolences and support to his friends and family.”

Thomson, born in 1985, recently led the Junior B London Nationals to a Sutherland Cup Championship in 2013.

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