Knights fitand ready for charge

The London Knights coach, Chris McSorley, has issued a warning to their Sekonda Superleague rivals after his side secured a full roster for the first time this season.

The London Knights coach, Chris McSorley, has issued a warning to their Sekonda Superleague rivals after his side secured a full roster for the first time this season.

A 10-day break has allowed the injured Knights forwards Brendan Yarema (broken jaw) and David Valliÿres (knee) to fully recover. McSorley has also added the former Calgary Flames defence-man Lee Sorochan to the bench, with one more blue-line slot still vacant.

Ahead of the trip to Nottingham Panthers tonight, McSorley said: "The break has given our guys a chance to rest up and were are now completely healthy so watch us go. We are going to be a very difficult team to beat."

The prospect of McSorley signing his brother Marty - indefinitely banned from playing in the NHL - is a possibility as he is "still thinking about it". Knights have put together a run of seven wins from eights games, including a 3-0 win at the leaders Sheffield Steelers.

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