Maruk’s Milton Cobras go local

August 22, 2014

Milton Battle Arts Cobras of the new Canadian International Hockey League have signed a pair of homegrown forwards.

Montana Kingsbury and Paul Knight are both 1997 birth-year skaters who were born and raised in Milton.

Both boys played on the All-Ontario, major bantam champion Milton Winterhawks two years ago.

Kingsbury played the 2013-2014 season season for the Oakville Rangers AA midgets and had 18 points in 22 games.

Knight played for the Flamborough AA midgets in 2013-2014 and had 23 points in 32 games.

The Battle Arts Cobras are coached by 58-year old Dennis Maruk, a former Ontario Hockey League star with the London Knights who went on to play in more than 900 National Hockey League games and once scored 60 goals in a single season for the Washington Capitals.

PHOTO: Legendary former NHLer Dennis Maruk will coach the Milton Cobras of the new CIHL this season.

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