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London Knights Alumni

The London Knights have been a powerhouse since the dark days of the mid 1990’s when they set CHL records for futility. When the Hunter brothers purchased the team, they stepped the team up to a higher level. Every year sees more Knights enter the world of professional hockey.

As of the start of the 2009-10 season, the following list of players were employed somewhere in the world by professional hockey teams. Brendan Shanahan has since retired.

Name 2009-10 Team League
Aliu, Akim Rockford IceHogs AHL
Barch, Krys Dallas Stars NHL
Beaulieu, Josh Adirondack Phantoms AHL
Bois, Danny Rockford IceHogs AHL
Bolland, Dave Chicago Blackhawks NHL
Bolt, Bobby Bakersfield Condors ECHL
Brathwaite, Fred Mannheim Eagles DEL
Cann, Trevor Lake Erie Monsters AHL
Carlson, John Hershey Bears AHL
Christian, Jeff Missouri Mavericks CHL
Clarke, Matt Utah Grizzlies ECHL
Coleman, Gerald Lowell Devils AHL
Del Zotto, Michael New York Rangers NHL
Dennis, Adam Fassa HC Italy
Erskine, John Washington Capitals NHL
Fata, Rico Biel Swiss-A
Fritsche, Dan Syracuse Crunch AHL
Gagner, Sam Edmonton Oilers NHL
Gardner, Ryan Zurich Swiss-A
Girardi, Daniel New York Rangers NHL
Goldie, Wes Victoria Salmon Kings ECHL
Held, Ryan Mississippi RiverKings CHL
Hunter, Dylan Utah Grizzlies ECHL
Jancevski, Dan Texas Stars AHL
Kane, Patrick Chicago Blackhawks NHL
Kell, Trevor Trenton Devils ECHL
Kelly, Chris Ottawa Senators NHL
Korolev, Evgeny Nizhny Novgorod Torpedo KHL
Korostin, Sergei Texas Stars AHL
Kostitsyn, Sergei Hamilton Bulldogs AHL
Kostopoulos, Tom Carolina Hurricanes NHL
Larman, Drew Providence Bruins AHL
Linhart, Tomas Zlin ZPS HC Czech
Lovell, Jamie Port Huron Icehawks IHL
MacDonald, Ryan Lausitzer Foxes 2.Gbun
Maroon, Patrick Adirondack Phantoms AHL
Mason, Steve Columbus Blue Jackets NHL
McMorrow, Sean Belfast Giants EIHL
Meckler, David Manchester Monarchs AHL
Methot, Marc Columbus Blue Jackets NHL
Montgomery, Kevin Lake Erie Monsters AHL
Nash, Rick Columbus Blue Jackets NHL
Newhook, Ron Rosenheim Star Bulls GerObl
O’Connor, Sean Kalamazoo Wings ECHL
Olimb, Mathis Vastra Frolunda HC Goteborg SEL
Pelech, Matt Abbotsford Heat AHL
Perry, Adam Utah Grizzlies ECHL
Perry, Corey Anaheim Ducks NHL
Perry, Todd Toronto Marlies AHL
Piwowarczyk, Kyle Bad Nauheim EC GerObl
Prust, Brandon Calgary Flames NHL
Quincy, Kyle Colorado Avalanche NHL
Reed, Harrison Albany River Rats AHL
Richmond, Danny Peoria Rivermen AHL
Rodney, Bryan Albany River Rats AHL
Romano, Tony Bridgeport Sound Tigers AHL
Roth, Vladimir Slavia Praha HC Czech
Schremp, Rob New York Islanders NHL
Shanahan, Brendan New Jersey Devils NHL
Smyth, Brad Zagreb Medvescak KHL Aust
Spiridonov, Maxim Astana Barys KHL
Stephens, Charlie Krefeld Penguins DEL
Sugden, Brandon Hershey Bears AHL
Syvret, Danny Philadelphia Flyers NHL
Tavares, John New York Islanders NHL
Taylor, Chris Rochester Americans AHL
Turner, Ian Port Huron Icehawks IHL
VanderVeeken, Jamie Rapid City Rush CHL
Velebny, Lubos Muskegon Lumberjacks IHL
Wideman, Dennis Boston Bruins NHL

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16 Responses to London Knights Alumni

  1. [...] Olimb spent only one season in the OHL, split between the London Knights and Sarnia Sting, missing out on the Knights’ Memorial Cup [...]

  2. [...] U.S. Collegiate hockey by the Hunter brothers in London. Kevin spent his time in the OHL with the Knights from 2006-07 to 2008-09. Each season in junior, he joined the Monsters for their playoffs after the [...]

  3. [...] played three seasons for his hometown London Knights from 2002-03 to 2004-05. Despite his 5′11″, 195lbs size, Brandon is currently second in [...]

  4. [...] two Ontario Hockey League alumni play for the Roten Teufel. Kyle Piwowarczyk was a London Knightfor the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons and Chris Eade’s OHL career spanned from 1998-99 to [...]

  5. [...] learn what other London Knight alumni are still active in professional hockey, check out this post. Tagged as: kitchener rangers, london knights, mississippi riverkings, ryan held, sault ste marie [...]

  6. [...] didn’t all play together at the same time and only two were brothers, but the London Knights had three Perrys play for the Ontario Hockey League team in the 2000’s. All three are still [...]

  7. [...] see what other London Knights Alumni are currently still active in professional hockey, check out this previous post. Tagged as: ak barys, astana, khl, london knights, maxim spiridonov, Ontario Hockey League No [...]

  8. [...] London Knights [...]

  9. [...] Prust was a London Knight from 2002-03 to 2004-05. Brandon was the team muscle in their 2005 Memorial Cup victory. Drafted by [...]

  10. [...] 2005-06. He was a Pete until just after the start of the 2008-09 season when he was traded to the London Knights to try and fill a goaltending void left by Steve Mason the year [...]

  11. [...] Storm finished second in the Ontario Hockey League standings, 7 points behind division rivals, the London Knights. The Storm would get revenge on the Knights by beating them in the seventh game of the Western [...]

  12. [...] played his first two full seasons at the Hershey Centre. In 2000-01, he started the season with the London Knights and midway through the season ended up with the Kingston Fontenacs. 2001-02 was split between the [...]

  13. [...] played in the Ontario Hockey League for four seasons from 1988-89 to 1991-92, all with the London Knights. Chris contributed 378 points in 259 regular season games plus 43 points in 34 playoff games for [...]

  14. [...] Bois also appears in this previous post listing the London Knights alumni still active in professional hockey during the 2009-10 [...]

  15. [...] League from 1995-96 to 1999-00. His first season in the OHL consisted of just two games with the London Knights, a team that would win just three and tie just three that season to write the books on Canadian [...]

  16. [...] Smyth played in the Ontario Hockey League for three seasons from 1990-91 to 1992-93, all with the London Knights. It was in his final season with the Knights that Smyth exploded and became the offensive force [...]

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