im in london so knighst obviously but also for good reason the undefeated streak was super exciting nationally televised games mid-season then we hosted the memcup in a sweet ass new downtown arena which always spilled out after into great times and i was usally watching the games in teh big beer tent with massive tvs everywhere honestly it was likely the most exciting time in london EVER thro crosby into the mix and what you have is one of teh most sensational seasons in the history of sports!!!
the unfortunate part is its pretty hard to match sumthing like that but we still have great players coming through here every year which makes it very enjoyable ya we cud put together our own NHL team soon
lol i almost got in a fight with rob schremp too the night they won the memorial cup at a bar downtown silly american cant handle his beer!
Odds are up on who will win game 2 and who will win the series.
Game 2: Niagara -140 vs London +100
To win Series: Niagara -145 vs London 105
The Kingston Frontenacs of the OHL are under a rebuilding phase. GM Doug Gilmour defines his vision for the Fronts as the Blueprint. Local TV station TVCOGECO has produced a documentary on the process and appropriately named it "The Blueprint"
Episode one focuses on retooling the Fronts and...
Local Kingston TV Cogeco produced a show called "The Blueprint" It is Doug Gilmours vision for the Kingston Frontenacs. Here is the first episode in three parts
Ice hockey has been played in the city of Kingston, Ontario, as far back as 1843. Don Cherry will be quick to tell you that Kingston is the birth place of hockey. The franchise currently known as the Kingston Frontenacs, who play in the Ontario Hockey League have been in existence since 1845 and...