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The London Knights are coming back to St. Thomas
Submitted By Lisa Smith on Thursday, September 3, 2009
The St. Thomas Minor Hockey Association will again play host to the London Knights this September as the Knights face off against the Plymouth Whalers in an OHL exhibition game. The game will be played at the Timken Centre on Saturday September 12th, 2009 at 7pm.

This will be the only "community based" exhibition game the Knights will play in the area.

"We have developed a great relationship with the Knights organization. We love having them here, and I think they love coming here. The crowd was great at last years exhibition game in St. Thomas and I think we really impressed them." - Brian Jacobs, St. Thomas Minor Hockey Association, Past President.

All tickets will be general admission and are $10. Tickets will be on sale beginning Monday August 3rd, 2009 from the St. Thomas Minor Hockey Office (located at the Timken Centre) or at Tommy White's Source for Sports. You may also call (519) 631-3607 to purchase tickets.

All proceeds of the game will benefit the programs of the St. Thomas Minor Hockey Association.

London Knights General Manager Mark Hunter says: "we are happy to again partner with the St. Thomas Minor Hockey Association and bring Ontario Hockey League action to our many fans in the St. Thomas area. We really enjoy the hospitality and support the community gives the London Knights and we are happy to be back."
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