FAST FACTS: Petes @ Knights – Sept. 20

STANDINGS (Pre-Season)
: 3-1-0-1 / 1st East Division / 2nd Eastern Conference
LDN: 2-2-0-0 / 4th Midwest Division / 8th Western Conference

Last Game (February 21/19): Knights 1 at Petes 3
2018-19 Regular Season vs LDN
: 1-1-0-0
Last Five Years vs LDN: 3-4-1-0
Last Five Years vs LDN on the road: 1-2-1-0

LAST GAME (Pre-Season)
PBO: 4-1 L vs NIAG (Sept. 14)
LDN: 7-2 L @ ER (Sept. 14)

TOP SCORERS (Pre-Season)
: Butler – 5GP – 5G – 3A – 8P
LDN: Stranges – 4GP – 0G – 5A – 5P

: PP 21.0% (6th), PK 85.2% (6th)
: PP 13.6% (18th), PK 80.0% (11th)

Feb. 21 Hancock and McNamara

Both the Petes and Knights were featured in Week 1 of the Kia CHL Top 10 rankings. The Knights were ranked first, while the Petes received an honourable mention.

Multiple Petes will be making their OHL regular season debuts, including Mason McTavish, J.R. Avon, Artem Guryev, Tucker Robertson, Josh Kavanagh, Keegan McMullen, and Curtis Trolley.

With all Petes players returned from NHL training camps except for defenceman Declan Chisholm (Winnipeg Jets), Peterborough will play with most of their 2019-20 roster. The Knights await the return of up to seven players, four of which are overage candidates for London.

Each team’s leading pre-season scorer was born in 2002 – Cameron Butler for the Petes, and Antonio Stranges for the Knights.

The Petes are 4-2-1 in their last 7 games that took place on September 20.

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