Media Coverage


Feb 8, 2016

It's not often a organization turns around after a tough 1 goal loss and says 'boys, that loss was probably good for us.' But this was the case this weekend when the club hosted London.  The Kings dropped the match 5-4.

It makes us all a little more serious about what we are doing here.

After Kingsville has cruised through the regular season with very little adversity, the loss on the weekend was a good reality check.

A penalty filled third period threw off the Kings from the normal offensively dominant game they usually play. The London based club exposed a weakness that the Kings have learned from and will not forget heading into the 2016 Russell Cup Playoffs.

With first place in the South on lock, the team only has three games remaining in the regular season. The first is a home-and-home series with the Norfolk Vikings before wrapping up the season with a great tune up game against the Attack.