Kings Well Represented at 2024 Memorial Cup

Photo by Jim Van Horne


The 2024 Memorial Cup is in full swing in Saginaw, MI, and the Komoka Kings have three current/former members of the organization participating!


Kaeden Johnston (left) spent parts of two seasons in Komoka, from 2021-2023. In that span, he led the team in goals with 40, adding 31 assists for 71 total points in 74 games in a Kings uniform. Johnston also scored 12 power play goals, and had 3-3-6 in 5 playoff games.


Dylan Baker (middle) has been the voice of the Komoka Kings for the past five seasons, from 2019-2020 to as recently as 2023-2024. In that span, he has called over 100 games and some of the biggest moments for the Kings over those years. At the Memorial Cup, he is the French public address announcer, and a social media personality.


Easton Cowan (right) spent the 2021-2022 season with the Kings. Coming over as a 2nd round pick of the London Knights, Cowan posted 11 goals and 23 assists for 34 points in 24 games in a Komoka uniform. His 1.42 points per game is the second highest mark of any player in Komoka since the team moved in 2017-2018. Cowan has gone on to be the highest Kings player ever drafted in the NHL Draft (1st round, 28th overall in 2023 by the Toronto Maple Leafs), the OHL Most Valuable Player, and the OHL Playoffs Most Valuable Player.


The Kings organization is extremely proud of our two successful alumni and broadcaster at the Memorial Cup.