|Cornwall River Kings|
|Home Arena:||Cornwall Civic Complex|
|Colors:|| Red, white, blue|
|General Manager:||Rick Lalonde|
|Head Coach:||Olivier Filion|
|1996 to 2001:||Windsor Papetiers|
|2001 to 2003:||Windsor Lacroix|
|2003 to 2011:||Sherbrooke Saint-François|
|2011 to 2012:||Windsor Wild|
|2012-2016:||Cornwall River Kings|
|Regular Season Titles:||None|
The Cornwall River Kings were a hockey team based in Cornwall, Ontario who are members of the Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (LNAH). They play home games at Ed Lumley Arena at the Cornwall Civic Complex. The team was formerly known as the Windsor Wild of Windsor, Quebec before moving to Cornwall in 2012.
The team was purchased in 2012 by Bernard Villeneuve and brought to Cornwall to play in the Cornwall Civic Complex. In the summer of 2013 the team was purchased by the David Small led group, just before the team would have folded. In the spring of 2014 the team was sold to Cornwall real estate agent Brock Frost. The team was sold, pending league approval, to Darren Madden in November 2014. On December 4, 2014 Darren Madden withdrew his application to purchase the team. On Monday, December 9, 2014 the LNAH took control of the team with hopes of finding a suitable owner. On December 10, 2014 Steve Moreau of E-Steam Canada was announced as the new team owner.
In late August 2016 the team announced they were suspending operations due to "lack of community support". The league tried to find new local ownership and the team was dissolved and the players were dispersed to the other teams in the league.
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