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{{Pro hockey team
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{{GOJHL team
|bg_color = silver
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|team_name = Lambton Shores Predators
|text_color = black
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|bg_color = #CD5C5C
| team = Komoka Kings
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|text_color = white
| logo = Komoka_Kings.jpg|thumb
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|logo_image = LSPsm small.png
| logosize = 160px
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|division = Western
| city = [[Komoka, Ontario]]
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|founded = Unknown
| league = [[Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League]]
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|history = 196x-2008: Petrolia Jets<br>2008-Pres: Lambton Shores Predators
| division = Western
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|alternate =
| founded = c. 1960
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|arena = [[Forest Community Centre]]
| arena = [[Middlesex Centre Wellness and Recreation Complex]]
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|city = [[Forest, Ontario]]
| colors = TBD
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|team_colors = Black, Red, and White
| owner = Roop Chanderdat
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|head_coach = Todd Annett
| coach = Brian Dobbin <small>(2016-17)</small>
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|general_manager = TBA
| GM = Roop Chanderdat
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|affiliates = [[London Knights]]<br>[[Lambeth Lancers]]
| affiliates = [[London Knights]] ([[Ontario Hockey League|OHL]])
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|sutherland_cup = none
| dates1 = 1960-2008
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|bucklands =
| name1 = [[Petrolia Jets]]
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|schmalz_cup =
| dates2 = 2008-2017
 
| name2 = [[Lambton Shores Predators]]
 
| dates3 = 2017-Present
 
| name3 = [[Komoka Kings]]
 
 
}}
 
}}
The '''Komoka Kings''' are a [[Canada|Canadian]] [[junior hockey|junior]] [[ice hockey]] team based in [[Komoka, Ontario]], [[Canada]]. They play in the Western division of the [[Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League]]. As of the start of the 2017-18 season the team is based out of the [[Middlesex Centre Wellness and Recreation Complex]].
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The '''Lambton Shores Predators''' are a [[Canada|Canadian]] [[junior hockey|junior]] [[ice hockey]] team based in [[Forest, Ontario|Forest]], [[Ontario]], [[Canada]]. They play in the Western division of the [[Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
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On September 11, 2008, the Predators played their first game. The game was in Sarnia against the [[Sarnia Legionnaires]]. Sarnia won 8-5.
 
On September 11, 2008, the Predators played their first game. The game was in Sarnia against the [[Sarnia Legionnaires]]. Sarnia won 8-5.
[[File:LSPsm small.png|125px|Logo as Lambton Shores Predators]]
 
 
==Departure from Forest==
 
==Departure from Forest==
 
In May 2017 it was announced that the [[Lambton Shores Predators]] were planning on moving out of [[Forest]] to move to [[Komoka, Ontario]] for the 2017-18 season The move had already been approved by the league and the OHA.  The move received the approval of the [[Middlesex Centre Wellness and Recreation Complex]] which was the final hurdle in the moved. Two junior C level teams ([[Mount Brydges Bulldogs]] and [[Lambeth Lancers]]) were also reportedly interested in moving to Komoka.  The team cited an issue with being able to sign their own players and having to rely on receiving players from the [[London Nationals]] and many of those players choosing other towns over Forest.  The team also citing losing many of those players back to London when they developed.  The team announced they would be rebranded as the [[Komoka Kings]] for the 2017-18 season.  The [[Strathroy Rockets]] and [[London Nationals]] opposed the relocation due to territorial issues as Komoka is about 15 minutes from Strathroy.
 
In May 2017 it was announced that the [[Lambton Shores Predators]] were planning on moving out of [[Forest]] to move to [[Komoka, Ontario]] for the 2017-18 season The move had already been approved by the league and the OHA.  The move received the approval of the [[Middlesex Centre Wellness and Recreation Complex]] which was the final hurdle in the moved. Two junior C level teams ([[Mount Brydges Bulldogs]] and [[Lambeth Lancers]]) were also reportedly interested in moving to Komoka.  The team cited an issue with being able to sign their own players and having to rely on receiving players from the [[London Nationals]] and many of those players choosing other towns over Forest.  The team also citing losing many of those players back to London when they developed.  The team announced they would be rebranded as the [[Komoka Kings]] for the 2017-18 season.  The [[Strathroy Rockets]] and [[London Nationals]] opposed the relocation due to territorial issues as Komoka is about 15 minutes from Strathroy.
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|- align="center" bgcolor="#dddddd"
|'''Season''' ||'''GP''' || '''W''' || '''L''' || '''T''' || '''OL''' || '''GF''' ||'''GA''' || '''P''' || '''Results''' || '''Playoffs'''
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|'''Season''' ||'''GP''' || '''W''' || '''L''' || '''T''' || '''OTL''' || '''GF''' ||'''GA''' || '''P''' || '''Results''' || '''Playoffs'''
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeee"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeee"
 
|1967-68 ||24 ||11 ||8 ||5 || - ||124 ||111 ||27 ||3rd BWJHL ||Lost Jr. C Final
 
|1967-68 ||24 ||11 ||8 ||5 || - ||124 ||111 ||27 ||3rd BWJHL ||Lost Jr. C Final
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|2009-10 ||50 ||6 ||44 || - ||0 ||134 ||338 ||12 ||9th GOJHL-W ||DNQ
 
|2009-10 ||50 ||6 ||44 || - ||0 ||134 ||338 ||12 ||9th GOJHL-W ||DNQ
 
|- style="text-align:center; background:#eef;"
 
|- style="text-align:center; background:#eef;"
|2010-11 ||51 ||4 ||46 || - ||1 ||147 ||415 ||9 ||9th GOJHL-W ||DNQ
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|2010-11 ||51 ||4 ||46 ||- ||1 ||147 ||415 ||9 ||9th GOJHL-W ||DNQ
 
|- style="text-align:center; background:#eef;"
 
|- style="text-align:center; background:#eef;"
|2011-12 ||51 ||22 ||28 || - ||1 ||180 ||212 ||45 ||8th GOJHL-W ||Lost Conf. QF
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|2011-12 ||51 ||22 ||28 ||- ||1 ||180 ||212 ||45 ||8th GOJHL-W ||Lost Conf. QF
 
|- style="text-align:center; background:#eef;"
 
|- style="text-align:center; background:#eef;"
|2012-13 ||51 ||21 ||24 || - ||6 ||172 ||184 ||48 ||8th GOJHL-W ||Lost Conf. QF
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|2012-13 ||51 ||21 ||24 ||- ||6 ||172 ||184 ||48 ||8th GOJHL-W ||Lost Conf. QF
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
|2013-14 ||49 ||6 ||38 || - ||5 ||128 ||272 ||17 ||9th GOJHL-W ||DNQ
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|2013-14 ||49 ||6 ||38 ||- ||5 ||128 ||272 ||17 ||9th GOJHL-W ||DNQ
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
|2014-15 ||49 ||14 ||31 || - ||4 ||159 ||250 ||32 ||8th GOJHL-W ||Lost Conf QF, 0-4 ([[Leamington Flyers|Flyers]])
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|2014-15 ||49 ||14 ||31 ||- ||4 ||159 ||250 ||32 ||8th GOJHL-W ||Lost Conf Quarter, 0-4 ([[Leamington Flyers|Flyers]])
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
|2015-16 ||50 ||8 ||38 ||1 ||3 ||151 ||272 ||20 ||<small>9th of 9-W<br />25th of 26-GOJHL</small> ||DNQ
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|2015-16 ||50 ||8 ||38 ||1 ||3 ||151 ||272 ||20 ||<small>9th of 9-W<br>25th of 26-GOJHL</small> ||DNQ
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
|2016-17 ||50 ||8 ||37 ||0 ||5 ||150 ||290 ||21 ||<small>9th of 9-W<br />26th of 27-GOJHL</small> ||DNQ
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|2016-17 ||50 ||8 ||37 ||0 ||5 ||150 ||290 ||21 ||<small>9th of 9-W<br>26th of 27-GOJHL</small> ||DNQ
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
 
|2017-18 ||50 ||12 ||31 ||4 ||3 ||140 ||212 ||31 ||<small>7th of 9-W<br />22nd of 26-GOJHL</small> ||Lost Conf QF, 0-4 ([[Leamington Flyers|Flyers]])
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#eeeeff"
 
|2018-19 || 48 || 20 || 23 || 2 || 3 || 162 || 173 ||45|| 6th W || Won Conf QF, 4-1 ([[Chatham Maroons (junior)|Maroons]])<br>Lost Conf SF, 3-4 ([[Leamington Flyers|Flyers]])
 
 
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{{Wikipedia}}
 
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[[Category:Western Junior B Hockey League teams]]
 
[[Category:Western Junior B Hockey League teams]]
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