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The London Lightning completed their sweep of the Orangeville A’s on Friday, May 6th, winning the first-round matchup 3-0.
The London Lightning capped off an impressive season with a three-game win streak, finishing first in the Central
Division to take on the Orangeville A’s in the first round of the playoffs.
After starting April with two home games, the London Lightning hit the road on route to the East coast to take on the Atlantic Division.
The London Lightning played host to the last place Orangeville A’s for a hard-fought back-to-back series
In week 13 the London Lightning matched up against the Windsor Express in a battle of the Central Division’s best.
The London Lightning looked to end their three-game losing streak as they took on the Atlantic division’s Halifax Hurricanes in a battle of the best on Saturday night.
The London Lightning only had one game in week 11, missing two key players they travelled to St. Catharines to take on the red-hot Niagara River Lions.
New Lightning players Nick Evans and Eric Kibi got a chance to make a name for themselves, but two losses and an injury to Stephen Maxwell headlined week 10.
The London Lightning had a poor start to their week getting upset by the Niagara River Lions at home, but bounced back making a trade and dominating the Orangeville A’s on the road.
The London Lightning and Windsor Express each took a home win in their home-and-home week 8 series.