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Silver Linings
Despite a first-place finish atop the Western Conference, not to mention beginning the playoffs on a 7-0 start, the London Knights season ended on April 16. Read more

Knights complete sweep over rival Spitfires
Coming off of an opening weekend which managed to be both shaky and yet dominant at times, the London Knights delivered two more decisive wins on Tuesday and Thursday to complete the sweep over the Windsor Spitfires. Read more

Knights take opening weekend against Spitfires
Coming off a strong season, which saw the Knights place first in the OHL's Western Conference, much was expected of the team heading into the 2018-19 playoffs. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights season over
Tears, heartbreak and disappointment filled Budweiser Gardens, as the London Knights were forced to hang up their skates for the remainder of the postseason after being swept by the Owen Sound Attack in just four quick games. Read more

Spring street hockey tournament comes back to downtown London
Continuing a 15-year tradition, GOT GAME Sports will be reviving the annual street hockey tournament here in London after the original organizers announced at the beginning of this year that the tournament would not be running in 2018. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights on verge of being eliminated
Think about the best possible start the London Knights could have had in the 2017-18 post-season. Well, the exact opposite happened. Read more

Knights' Night: No home ice this year for Knights, who travel to Owen Sound for first round
It wasn't the end to the regular season the London Knights were hoping for. Read more


Manitoba wins women's hockey championship
Despite the firmly purple partisan Thompson Arena crowd, the Manitoba Bisons were able to defeat the Western Mustangs 2-0 to win the U Sports (national) women's hockey championship. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights extend win streak to six
The London Knights are in the perfect position for the post-season. They know where they'll finish, they know who they're playing and most importantly, they couldn't be hotter heading in. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights are rolling at near perfect time
At this point in the season, the London Knights are playing for two things: home ice advantage in the playoffs, and pride. Read more

Knights Night: Knights fighting for home ice in playoffs
With less than a month to go in the regular Ontario Hockey League (OHL) season, the London Knights have officially clinched a spot in the 2017-18 playoffs. Read more

Knights' Night: Unpleasant feeling at home for Knights
There was a short period of time where the London Knights were thriving after the trade deadline. Read more

Knights' Night: Who can beat the London Knights?
Less than a year ago, the London Knights were in first place in the OHL. They ended up losing to the eventual champion Erie Otters in the second round of the playoffs, but they were a good enough team to win it all. Read more

Knights' Night: New look Knights finding ways to win
The London Knights lost their entire first line at the OHL trade deadline, and more. But they're still finding themselves in the win column more often than not. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights clean house on deadline day
It's generally known around the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) that each season can be split into two parts. Read more

Knights forward Alex Formenton secures Gold Medal for Canada at World Juniors
After falling to the U.S. in a devastating loss at last year's World Junior Championship (WJC), Team Canada now emerges with gold medals draped around their necks for the first time since 2015, after defeating Team Sweden 3-1. Read more

Three Knights representing Canada and U.S. named to World Juniors Preliminary camps
Knight's own Robert Thomas, Alex Formenton (Canada), and Max Jones (U.S.) have all cracked a roster spot on each countries' selection camp roster for the upcoming 2018 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, that kicks off on Dec. 26, 2017. Read more

Knights' Night: As Knights keep rolling, Dale Hunter reaches 700th OHL win
The year is 2001. Dale Hunter has just taken his first ever coaching job as the bench boss of the London Knights. Read more

Knights' Night: Goals turning into wins for streaking Knights
You need to score goals to win hockey games, and the London Knights have been doing a lot of both lately. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights' stars take centre stage in Canada-Russia series
It was a relatively quiet week for the London Knights, but not all players were enjoying the time off. Four Knights took part in the 15th iteration of the CIBC Canada Russia Series last weekend.  Read more

Knights' Night: Average the new astonishing for Knights
If the London Knights can be called anything right now, it's average. First, they lost nine of their opening ten games. Then, they won four in a row, scoring an astounding 21 goals in the process. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights are slowly, but surely making a steady comeback
The London Knights host their first home-game win of the season as they handed the Firebirds an embarrassing 8-2 loss during the Oct. 27 game. Read more

Knight's Night: Knights slowly, but surely getting back on track
The London Knights are finally back in the win column. After eight straight losses between Sept. 24 and Oct. 15, in which London scored just 13 goals, the team picked up two victories against two tough opponents last weekend. Read more

Knights' Night: Alex Formenton hoping to help turn Knights' season around
The London Knights are still having a hard time winning games, but with Alex Formenton back on the team, the season could be looking up. Read more

Knights' Night: Another winless week leaves Knights in OHL basement
It's been a long time since the London Knights have been in last place, but through seven regular games, that's exactly where they find themselves. Read more

Consecutive losses cap off another tough weekend for Knights
It's still too early to panic if you're a fan of the London Knights, but this was most certainly not the kind of start the team was looking for Read more

Short-staffed Knights stumble out of the gate
he London Knights opened their 2017/2018 season how most junior teams do, missing their best players. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights looking for a comeback after nail-biting playoff loss
After a summer of repenting a quarter-final loss to the Erie Otters, new skaters join the London Knights for the 2017-2018 season. Read more


The comeback team: Knights head to second round of OHL playoffs
After winning the Memorial Cup in 2016, the London Knights are eyeing a back-to-back playoffs win, but faced a tough first round playing neck and neck with the Windsor Spitfires that went into game seven of a seven game series. Read more


Knights' Night: Knights-Spitfires first round series not disappointing
Games one and two between the London Knights and Windsor Spitfires have had just about everything a hockey fan could want. Goals, fights, end-to-end play, you name it. Read more

Former Fanshawe athletes to represent Team Canada in ball hockey championships
Four former members of Fanshawe's hockey program are set to play for Team Canada in the World Ball Hockey Federation (WBHF) World Championships held in Litomerice, Czech Republic in June 2017. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights to face tough Spitfires team in first round
The road to the Memorial Cup won't be an easy one for the London Knights. In fact, it will be pushed to the limit in the first round of the OHL playoffs. Read more

Knights's Night: Knights need to tighten up for playoffs
The post-season is just around the corner in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and it's time for the London Knights to start acting that way. Since a 5-2 win in Kitchener on Feb. 10, the Knights have amassed a 5-4 record. Read more

Knights' Night: Road becoming home sweet home for Knights
After playing most of the first half of the schedule at Budweiser Gardens, the London Knights have spent a lot of time on the road in the last few weeks. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights first team to clinch a playoff spot
Unsurprisingly, the London Knights and Erie Otters were the first teams in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) to book their ticket to the 2017 post-season (on the same day). Read more

Knights' Night: Who can beat the London Knights?
Year after year, the London Knights have been a force to reckon with in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Whether it's great coaching, good draft instincts or players reaching their full potential, the Knights are always good. Read more

Knights' Night: Alex Formenton and Robert Thomas headline the future of the London Knights
The London Knights have a lot of great players that will probably be in the NHL next year. With ten NHL draft picks, this team will be a lot different come the 2017-2018 season. Read more

Knights' Night: New faces making immediate impact for Knights
The OHL trade deadline has been extremely kind to the London Knights so far. The additions of Dante Salituro, Mitch Vande Sompel and Mitchell Stephens have made an already talented team even better. Read more

Knights' Night: New faces emerge as Knights win two of three on busy weekend
With newcomers Mitchell Stephens, Dante Salituro and Mitch Vande Sompel in the line-up, there was a buzz around London, as fans anxiously waited to see the new faces put their talents to use. But after a puck hit Victor Mete in the ear early in the first period against the Saginaw Spirit, a full roster was just not meant to be for the Knights.  Read more

Knights' Night: Knights gearing up for long playoff run
With a Memorial Cup under their belt in 2016, anything less than another championship this May would be a disappointment for the London Knights. And they've taken the necessary steps to ensure they're in the best position possible come playoff time. Read more

Knights' Night: World Juniors fever hits as Knights continue to roll
In their last 11 games heading into Dec. 9's tilt against the Mississauga Steelheads, the London Knights had won nine and lost two in a shootout. In the same span of games, the Steelheads had won just two games. Read more

Knights' Night: The Knights are in first
It took 22 games, but the Knights are finally on top of the OHL standings. Following three wins in three tries over the weekend, the Knights passed the Erie Otters to take over first place.  Read more


Knights' Night: Winning atmosphere taking over in London
When the news broke that Mitch Marner, Christian Dvorak and Matthew Tkachuk had left junior hockey for good, there was reasonable concern in London. But based on the play we've been seeing lately, the boys are just fine. Read more

Knights' Night: Victor Mete makes roster for Canada Russia Series
The London Knights (8-2) suffered a 4-3 overtime loss on a Oct. 28 contest against the Sault St. Marie Greyhounds (10-5); the Knights now sit third in the Midwest Division. Read more


Knights' Night: Knights rout Bulldogs to cap off winning weekend
A week ago, they were fighting to stay above .500. Today, they're one win away from first place in the OHL. The London Knights are on cruise control in the Western Conference. Read more

Knights' Night: Is the Knights' top line gone for good
It didn't even take Mitchell Marner two full games to score his first NHL goal. Christian Dvorak had a point less than ten minutes into his first. These kids are ready to play in the big league. Read more


Knights' Night: Marner makes Leafs; Tkachuk poised for spot
Mitch Marner has proven everything he needs to prove in London, and he's now getting a chance to show he belongs in the big leagues. Read more

Fourth extramural hockey season begins
In line with keeping the hockey culture alive on campus, Fanshawe has two distinct hockey programs for men and women: intramural and extramural. The tryouts for the extramural team began on Oct. 3. Read more

Knights' stars hoping to crack NHL rosters
After winning their second Memorial Cup Championship and fourth OHL title in team history last season, the London Knights could be poised for another championship run. Or, they could be an entirely new team. Read more

Hand deodorant to rid of that post-hockey stank
First year Fanshawe student Matthew Laberge, in collaboration with Western University Dan Black, has invented a product that rids the stink that seems to seep deep into your hands after removing your hockey gloves. Read more

Knights' players shine bright at NHL Rookie Tournament
This year's Rookie Tournament included six London Knights players, who all proved they could play at this level. This was the fifth time Budweiser Gardens has been the host of the tournament since 2010. Read more

London Knights acquire new skaters during off season
Coming off a victorious season as the 2016 Memorial Cup Champions, the London Knights made use of their off season to help rebuild their team. Read more

NHL glides its way back to London
NHL will return to London with a preseason exhibition game between the Florida Panthers and the Dallas Stars on Oct. 2, at 3 p.m. at Budweiser Gardens. Read more

NHL player honours Londoner's community contributions
On August. 4, Drew Doughty, atoMc ambassador and current defenceman for the Los Angeles Kings, joined atoMc for a day of activities to honour Sharrie Hennessy. Read more

Knights win the Memorial Cup second time in team's history
The London Knights brought home the Memorial Cup to expectant fans in Victoria Park on May 30. Read more

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