The London Knights have a chance to do something they’ve never done before Wednesday — win the OHL title on the road.
London’s three previous OHL championships in 2005, 2012 and 2013 were all won at home.
A win in game four of the OHL Championship in St. Catharines would also give the Knights a 16-2 record in the playoffs, only one other team in OHL history has done that, the 2005 London Knights.
London’s chances of securing the league title on the road are good, not only are they currently on a 12-game win streak, they’re also undefeated (8-0) when away from Budweiser Gardens in the post-season.
The Knights offence has been on fire in the playoffs. They’ve outscored their opponents 83-40 in 17 playoff games, London has outscored Niagara 16-7 in the finals.
There have been five teams that have won the OHL championship that outscored their competition by over two goals per game. The 2005 Knights, the 2008 Kitchener Rangers, the 2009 Windsor Spitfires, and the 2014 Guelph Storm.
Game four will be Wednesday night in St. Catharines at 7 p.m.