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MCRAE NAMED GENERAL MANAGER & ALTERNATE GOVERNOR London Knights President Dale Hunter announced today that owner Basil McRae has been named General Manager & Alternate Governor of the hockey club effective immediately. Posted: 21 Oct 2014
JACK ASTOR’S CELEBRITY SERVER KNIGHT Join your London Knights this Wednesday, October 22nd at Jack Astor’s Richmond Row as they become Celebrity Servers for the night! Posted: 20 Oct 2014
HAVE A PURPOSE: THE IAN JENKINS STORY Rogers Hometown Hockey tells the story of a young man with a promising hockey career whose life was tragically cut short. Posted: 20 Oct 2014
A SPOOKTACULAR KNIGHT YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS Budweiser Gardens has always been a terrifying place for opponents of the London Knights… but what about for fans? Posted: 20 Oct 2014
OTTERS BEAT KNIGHTS 6-2 On Saturday night in Erie, Aaron Berisha’s first goal as a London Knight came 25 seconds into the game and might just rival anyone else making their debut in a new uniform. The Erie Otters would end up getting the best of the Knights in the end with a 6- Posted: 19 Oct 2014
KNIGHTS ACQUIRE BERISHA; TRADE WELYCHKA London Knights General Manager Mark Hunter announced today that he has traded overage forward Brett Welychka to Belleville. In exchange, the Knights welcome forward Aaron Berisha from the Belleville Bulls as well as Mississauga’s 2nd round pick in 2015 a Posted: 18 Oct 2014
KNIGHTS CLAW BACK TO BEAT ATTACK IN OT A nine-year old Drake Rymsha told his dad that one day he wanted to play for the London Knights.  Seven years and then some later, the rookie got the scoring going at Budweiser Gardens and veteran Max Domi finished it as the Knights beat the Owe... Posted: 17 Oct 2014
A LITTLE BOLLAND MAGIC Dave Bolland is the kind of player who finds a way to win.  On the night when his number 91 was raised into the rafters at Budweiser Gardens, so did his former team. The Knights had to go to a shootout against the previously unbeaten Erie Otter... Posted: 15 Oct 2014
JOIN US AS WE RETIRE #91 TONIGHT Knights fans have many reasons to get excited and retiring the jersey of a two-time Stanley Cup Champion, London Knights record holder, Memorial Cup Champion and World Junior Champion will be an unforgettable evening. Posted: 15 Oct 2014
KNIGHTS SHUT OUT IN SOO On Sunday afternoon, the ‘Hounds used quickness of yet another kind, as they popped two goals into the London Knight net in the first 1:16 of the game and rode that and 31 saves from rookie goalie Joseph Raaymakers to a 5-0 win over the London Knights. Posted: 12 Oct 2014