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Knights edge Greyhounds in Sault Ste. Marie – London
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Knights edge Greyhounds in Sault Ste. Marie – London

Oliver Bonk went to his backhand and scored the game winner in a shootout as the London Knights edged the Soo Greyhounds 4-3 on Sunday afternoon in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. London arrived in the Sault a few hours earlier following a snowy trek from Flint, Mich., through the early morning. Their bus pulled up to the GFL Memorial Gardens at 4:23 a.m.The Knights ground their way through the fatigue of three games in under 48 hours in three different cities to collect four of a possible six points.Londoner Bryce-McConnell Barker robbed the Knights of a regulation win when he deflected a Kirill Kudravtsev shot into the London net 8:01 remaining in the third period.Ryan Del Monte had put the Knights ahead 3-2 in the second period. Story continues below advertisement ...
Erie Otters double up London Knights to start weekend – London
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Erie Otters double up London Knights to start weekend – London

The Erie Otters won their fifth game in a row as they downed the London Knights 6-3 at Budweiser Gardens in London, Ont., on Friday night. Logan Mailloux of the Knights scored twice, Oliver Bonk had a goal and two assists and George Diaco had a pair of assists as London lost for just the second time in their past six games.The teams combined to score a total of five power play goals.After a scoreless first period the Otters popped two quick goals on separate power plays courtesy of Spencer Sova and Christan Kyrou to take a quick 2-0 lead less than four minutes into the second period.Mailloux cut that lead in half with his third goal of the season on a London man advantage at the 7:52 mark of the second. Story continues below advertisement Nathan Saude...
Knights edge IceDogs in overtime to win their third straight – London
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Knights edge IceDogs in overtime to win their third straight – London

Logan Mailloux took a pass from Denver Barkey in overtime and went in alone to score the game winner as the London Knights defeated the Niagara IceDogs 3-2 in St. Catharines on Thursday. The win was London’s third in a row as they kicked off what will be three games in three nights this weekend.“It was a nice play by (Barkey). He has the skills,” smiled Mailloux after the game. ” Coming down on (IceDogs goaltender Owen) Flores is something I used to do a whole lot in practice so I had two or three moves in mind and I just picked my spot and fortunately it worked out.”Flores played his rookie season withe the Knights last year.Barkey initiated the play after a Niagara turnover at the London blue line. Story continues below advertisement “I saw a little...