CORNWALL – The Cornwall River Kings will not be playing in the upcoming LNAH season.
Owner Steven Moreau cited a “lack of community support” in deciding Friday the hockey team would not be playing in the upcoming season.
The league has been informed of the decision, the team said in a news release.
In April 2016, Moreau said the River Kings needed to raise $700,000 to keep the team afloat for the 2016-17 season.
The last update was in that initial notice to reporters, where the team had raised a total of $124,000 as of April 15, 2016.
People who have season tickets will be mailed about several options for their tickets.
They can donate the value to cover off-season expenses for the team, hold their tickets should the River Kings return next season or get a refund “which will be reimbursed throughout the regular season.”
The Cornwall River Kings have been in Cornwall since 2012.