Dave Bolland will reportedly have his No. 91 retired by the OHL's London Knights on Oct. 15 against the Erie Otters.
In 254 regular-season games, the former Blackhawks center registered 135 goals and 299 points, and led the league in scoring in 2006 with a 130-point season in only 59 games.
Bolland, who signed a five-year, $27.5 million deal with the Florida Panthers this offseason, also guided the Knights to four playoff appearances, where he compiled 65 points in 62 postseason games, and helped London capture the Memorial Cup in 2005.
Bolland will join seven others — Rob Ramage, Dino Ciccarelli, Darryl Sittler, Brendan Shanahan, Brad Marsh, Rick Nash, and Corey Perry — as the only numbers to be retired at Budweiser Gardens.
David Bolland, who's on my first team of most entertaining on-ice London Knights, will get his No. 91 retired Oct. 15 vs. Erie.— Ryan Pyette (@RyanatLFPress) August 28, 2014