|North Shore Knights|
|League:||Federal Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Kingsville Arena Complex|
|Colors:|| Blue, gold, teal, white|
|Owner(s):||Global Hockey Management (Michael Kolarik)|
|General Manager:||Brandon Contratto|
|Head Coach:||Dave Debol|
|2016–2017:||St. Clair Shores Fighting Saints|
|2017-present:||North Shore Knights|
The St. Clair Shores Fighting Saints are a minor professional ice hockey team in the Federal Hockey League that began play in the 2016–17 season. Based in Kingsville, Ontario, the Knights play the majority of their home games at the Kingsville Arena Complex.
On April 20, 2016, it was announced that St. Clair Shores had landed an FHL team to begin play for the 2016–17 season to play at the Civic Arena. On May 10, it was announced that Brandon Contratto would be the general manager, Michael Kolarik of Global Hockey Management would run the team, and St. Clair Shores native and former Hartford Whalers player Dave Debol would serve as head coach.
On May 18, the Fighting Saints name, logo, colors and jerseys were announced.
On July 19, 2017 the St. Clair Shores Fighting Saints announced they were relocating to Kingsville, Ontario and would be renamed the North Shore Knights. The team is planning on playing 15 of 24 home games at the Kingsville Arena Complex and the remaining 9 games split between Gravenhurst, Ontario, South River, Ontario, and Temiscaming, Quebec. All four of which are also home to Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League teams.
|2016-17||55||11||40||3||1||40||.242||142||260||7th||Did not qualify|
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