The London Knights return to action with a win last season – London

The London Knights opened the preseason with a 3-1 win over the Sarnia Sting at the Budweiser Gardens on Friday night.

Landon Sim, Bryce Montgomery and Easton Cowan scored for London and Knights goalkeeper Brett Brochu

Bryce Montgomery’s wrist shot from the top of the right circle defeated Sarnia goalkeeper Nicholas Surzycia at 12:38 of the third period and was the winning goal.

Landon Sim opened the scoring just over eight minutes into the second half with a play from recently signed Sam Dickinson. Dickinson sled in the puck from the left point and saw Sim go into the net. Denver Barkey also recorded an assist for the game.

The Knights’ Easton Cowan completed the goal with an empty net, which he scored after being dragged down by a defender trying to get to the net.

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Theo Hill scored Sarnia’s only goal from a man down in the second half.

London passed the Sting 21-19.

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Knights sign Bowen

London drafted Zach Bowen in the fourth round of the 2022 OHL Priority Selection after a stellar season in which the Kanata, Ontario native put up big numbers for both the EOJHL’s Embrun Panthers and the Ottawa Jr. Senators of the U18 Central Canada Hockey League .

Bowen is known as a very fast goalkeeper who plays with incredible authority in the net. He becomes the fifth player from the Ottawa region to join the Knights roster.

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The rivalry between London and Sarnia will intensify

Last year the season ended earlier than they wanted for both teams. The Sting fell to the Windsor Spitfires in six games in the opening round of the playoffs while the Knights were pushed to seven games by the Kitchener Rangers but lost in Game 7 in overtime.

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The rosters of both teams are very similar. Everyone has excellent young talent and a few key veterans.

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The teams will face off again on Saturday, September 10 at 7 p.m. in Sarnia, Ontario

The game can be heard on and on the Radioplayer Canada app.

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