Connor McMichael and his girlfriend Lene have a new addition to their family.
The couple just adopted a new puppy that they’ve named Knight. The eight-week-old black lab went to his forever home a day before his papa scored the first goal of his NHL career.
So, the equation there is that you should adopt a dog and you will score a goal in the NHL. It’s just the math, folks.
McMichael played on the OHL’s London Knights in junior which likely inspired the name. The young center then actually scored that first career goal against Florida Panthers goaltender, Spencer Knight, too. Mind blown.
The little guy is already way into hockey. He even takes a puck with him for a nap. That’s a hockey dog for sure.
You cant make DC your new home without a trip to see the sights.
Congratulations to Connor and Lene on their new addition. And congratulations to Knight who looks like he’s going to a very loving family.
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