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01-30-2005, 07:03 PM
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Still the two team's haven't faced with full line-ups.

No offence to London fans but Ryan>>>>>>>>Prust.

I agree Ryan is better than Prust, but regardless when the lineups have been at full strenth its been 3-0 London ....oh yeah

and its 12-1 with 17 minutes left in 3rd period...

I think Fritsche and Bolland have found some chemistry with 6 points each....

and perry isnt playing too shabby with 20 points in last 6 games including 4g 1a today

this is what both kingston goalies look like today :lol

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13-1???? Kingston....yikes.

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01-30-2005, 07:56 PM
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13-1???? Kingston....yikes.
14-1
perry 5 goals
yowzers

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14-1
perry 5 goals
yowzers
And that folks is your final.

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01-30-2005, 09:23 PM
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Looks like Perry still has a decent shot at breaking the KNights all time record for points.... I think he needs 40 points in the last 20 games to do it. If he has a few more nights like tonight he'll be sure to break it.

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01-31-2005, 09:57 AM
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14-1
perry 5 goals
yowzers
That was embarassing...

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01-31-2005, 03:08 PM
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I agree Ryan is better than Prust, but regardless when the lineups have been at full strenth its been 3-0 London ....oh yeah
Don't know where you're coming form there, the Attack have not played the Knights with a full lineup.

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01-31-2005, 04:15 PM
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Don't know where you're coming form there, the Attack have not played the Knights with a full lineup.
...unless you count Oct 15, Oct 23, Jan 9 or Jan 29.

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...unless you count Oct 15, Oct 23, Jan 9 or Jan 29.
Psst..Read the boxscores.

Oct 15- No Big Snake Brown or Bissonette

Oct 23-No Brown or Biss

Jan 9-No Biss or Lehun or Angelidis I think

Jan 29-No Ryan or Angelidis

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02-02-2005, 03:32 PM
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Remaining schedule.

The Knights have played the majority of the tough games on the schedule.

The bad side is that they play 11 of 19 games away and that is most of the bad news.

The good news. They only play 6 games against teams better then .500. Only 2 games in the next 10 against +.500 teams. They play 6 games against non playoff teams, which says alot because you have to be really bad to miss the playoffs. They don't have to play kitchener anymore, arguably the 3rd best team in the league behind London and OS. They only have to play OS once and it's at home. Of the teams they play the rest of the year only Brampton, Toronto and Saginaw have more then 10pts in their last 10 games. They only have 6 division games remaining and they are always the toughest.

IMHO ..... The Knights record might.... and do say might cuz anything can happen.... look better by the end of the season then it does now. That statement sounds rediculous to me but I think they went through their down time and now they are rolling.

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02-08-2005, 11:27 AM
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Wow is Perry ever on fire!!! I think he has 30 points in the last 8 games. He has a very good chance at breaking the Knights all time points record, he needs I believe 35 points to break it in 17 games.

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02-08-2005, 09:17 PM
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The Fast and the Fritsche???

Just heard a promo for tonights CKCO news claiming a certain London Knight player was caught driving 140 km/h in a 70 km/h zone.

Rumour has it that Fritsche is the guilty party.

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Just heard a promo for tonights CKCO news claiming a certain London Knight player was caught driving 140 km/h in a 70 km/h zone.

Rumour has it that Fritsche is the guilty party.
I don't want to condone speeding in any way, but to be perfectly honest, I have done that a time or two in my life at this point, being of the same age as Fritsche.

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02-18-2005, 08:48 AM
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London handled the top team from the eastern conference with ease last night. Fritsche really hitting his stride and has been on fire scoring again last night.

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02-18-2005, 12:43 PM
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London handled the top team from the eastern conference with ease last night. Fritsche really hitting his stride and has been on fire scoring again last night.
I don't know about that, Brampton was right in the game and all they needed was a small bounce during that late man advantage to gain a tie (or better). The Battalion showed much better against London this time around, than they did in London about a mounth ago.

Fritsche is definitely rounding into shape, some big shot blocks yesterday and solid defeisve play in general the last few games, is every bit as impressive as all the offence he's been creating.

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02-19-2005, 11:23 AM
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Knights handled Sarnia 7-0 last night to reach 50 wins on the season. Coleman got his 7th shutout of the season, and it was the teams 10th of the year.

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02-19-2005, 02:22 PM
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Is this the end!!!!

If this NHL thing does end up comming together then the knights may be in trouble. Fritsche would more than likely gone and at the beggining of the year a number of other knights were said to have shots at the big club. Will this shortened season screw up the team that has been ranked by everyone except fans of other teams as the best in the CHL from day one.

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02-19-2005, 06:55 PM
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If this NHL thing does end up comming together then the knights may be in trouble. Fritsche would more than likely gone and at the beggining of the year a number of other knights were said to have shots at the big club. Will this shortened season screw up the team that has been ranked by everyone except fans of other teams as the best in the CHL from day one.
I brought this up in the business section and the majority repsonded none should make it this year, the teams would take AHL players and there hundreds of free agents. I thought Fritsche was going to Columbus this year, b/c he played 20 games last year and I thought I read an article that Maclean said he would bring him up. that was in november or december when they couldhave played 40-55 games, now with only 22-26 games it seems pointless.

and now they have announced SEASON OVER AGAIN !!!!!!!! damn idiots leave our hearts alone

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02-21-2005, 11:42 AM
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Tough lost yesterday to the Storm. 2-1. MacDonald sure put on a good show for his old team.

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02-24-2005, 11:15 AM
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Tough lost yesterday to the Storm. 2-1. MacDonald sure put on a good show for his old team.
Yes, but it if you read the LFP, the Knights were devastated and acted like they lost a playoff series which shows us how much they EXPECT to win. Every time the lose, they take it personally and rip out another 10-15 game winning streak.

We'll see if they get/stay hot leading into the playoffs as we know who they are more than likely to face in the first round.

I'm more upset about Perry probably not breaking the all time points mark unless he gets hot and rips out another 25 points in 7 games again. I think he needs 26 in 10 or something like that.

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03-01-2005, 10:13 PM
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Do the Knights sell out every home game? Would I have to purchase tickets in advance?

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03-01-2005, 10:28 PM
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Do the Knights sell out every home game? Would I have to purchase tickets in advance?
Definitely purchase in advance..... and because there aren't that many games left in the regular season, you may have difficulty getting tickets at all. If you're planning on going to a game, get your tickets now. I believe their individual playoff tickets went on sale today.

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Definitely purchase in advance..... and because there aren't that many games left in the regular season, you may have difficulty getting tickets at all. If you're planning on going to a game, get your tickets now. I believe their individual playoff tickets went on sale today.
I was driving by the JLC last night around 11pm and there was 30-40 people waiting to purchase playoff tickets Yes the box office opened at 9am.....so they were camping out overnight to get tickets to playoffs ...............

I went to the ICE HOUSE at 2am in 1999 during Knights OHL final w/ Belleville and got front row tickets to game 6..... what a night waiting for tickets ...but well worth it..

Now we have the internet to buy tickets from so i'll be doing that instead of waiting overnight.

Also, the Knights have only had single tickets left since early December. They've had every home game sold out and many well in advance.

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03-02-2005, 12:28 PM
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If you get standing room seats you will be lucky. Playoffs you will only get ok upper deck seats if you buy today. The Knights could get 11-12 thousand per game if I had to guess and I'm not trying to sound like a big shot. I had a really tough time getting tickets last year so I bought season tickets.... only way to guarantee you get a seat for the playoffs.

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Another easy win for the Knights last night beating Erie 5-1. Could've easily been 8-1. Schremp had 4 goals and Perry had the other.

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