For Metro/Mark Spowart London Knight Max Domi carries the puck during a game earlier this year at Budweiser Gardens.

By Jim Reyno

Max Domi had two goals and two assists Sunday to lead the London Knights to a 6-1 victory over the Kitchener Rangers, and their sixth Western Conference title in the past decade.

The win, the final regular-season home game for the Knights in the 2012-13 Ontario Hockey League season, was London’s seventh in a row. During the hot streak, the Knights have outscored their opponents 35-13. The Knights last lost 4-3 on Feb. 15 in Erie against the Otters.

Alex Broadhurst, with two, Chris Tierney, and Remi Elie also scored for the Knights in front of 9,046 fans at Budweiser Gardens.

Evan McEneny scored for the Rangers, who fired 31 shots at Anthony Stolarz. London had 33 shots on Rangers goaltender Joel Vienneau.

London finishes the regular season with six games on the road, beginning with Wednesday night’s tilt in Owen Sound against the Attack.

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