What a KNIGHT in Owen Sound

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  1. trahans99

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    London Knights:

    Perry 1 g 3a
    Schremp 4 pts
    Hunter 2 pts?
    Bolland 1g 2a

    Methot ???
    Syvret 1g
    Girardi 1a

    Dennis played very solid, making a few outstanding saves

    Without the Knights the east wins 4-3 (just on Sportsnet Darren Millard)


    How did your teams players do?
     
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    Did Reddox get any points? He and Schremp are Oilers property. Good to see Schremp lighting things up.
     
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    I hope you're proud of your ever so clever title.
     
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    The putting of 'Knight' in capitals was a clever... insult of our intelligence.
     
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    It was helped by the fact the Hunter-Schremp-Perry line refused to come off the ice for a regular shift. Well, it wasn't that bad, but they stayed out longer for sure.
     
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    This board really needs a Junior Hockey forum.
     
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    Wow.... it's too bad the other teams in the conference didn't show up at the game. Wait... I'm just being silly.... there aren't any other teams in the OHL. :shakehead
     
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    Adam Dennis was solid in net. I think he could really be playing himself to a possible professional contract. He's really improved over the course of his OHL career.

    Another guy who really impressed me during the game (outside of most of the West players) was Rob Hisey. He seems to have really improved his skating. Before he was more of a Kyle Wellwood type of player, with that type of speed, but it appears it's really improved and sees to be allowing him a lot more freedom on the ice (mind you this was an All star game). I'm still not sure he can get himself an NHL contract, but I think he should definitely be able to nab at least an AHL/ECHL contract somewhere next year.
     
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    Blah, blah, blah. Some old story. 695 posts, probably 690 of them are about London. I guess there were no other players on the ice which is why the East would have won without London on the ice. And to go along with what someone else said, the Knights forwards stayed out for a long time each shift, much more than anyone else. Geez, why didn't they just make it the London Knights against the rest of the CHL. At least then maybe the Knights would have been challenged. Maybe the game would have been within 5 goals.
     
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    Your right it may have been a little bit closer if the whole London Knights team was the west team :shakehead :shakehead :shakehead
     
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