Spits win on late goal

Spits win on late goal

🕔23:28, 6.Dec 2012

by Rob Benneian For the second time this season, a third period goal by Kerby Rychel propelled the Windsor Spitfires to a home win over the Soo Greyhounds. Rychel poked home a rebound with 4:18 to play after Soo goaltender

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Spits top 67’s in shootout

Spits top 67’s in shootout

🕔18:02, 2.Dec 2012

by Rob Benneian The Windsor Spitfires won for just the third time in 12 games when Brady Vail scored in the fifth round of a shootout with the Ottawa 67’s Dec. 2 at the WFCU Centre. The victory was Windsor’s

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Maggio named Saints strength coach

Maggio named Saints strength coach

🕔14:18, 30.Nov 2012

by Brett Hedges St. Clair College athletes will be getting a lot stronger with Robert Maggio as their strength and conditioning coach. The W.D. Lowe and University of Windsor graduate was named the strength and conditioning coach in late November

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World’s Toughest Mudder

World’s Toughest Mudder

🕔12:51, 30.Nov 2012

by Alicia Norek A local 22-year-old has taken part in one of the hardest events in the world, Tough Mudder. Tough Mudder events are hardcore 10 to 12 mile obstacle courses designed by British Special Forces to test all around

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NHL Lockout Update – Nov. 30

NHL Lockout Update – Nov. 30

🕔12:33, 30.Nov 2012

By Kenton Wolfe Two days of mediated meetings between the NHL owners and NHL Players’ Association ending Nov. 29 has led to no progress between the two sides in the ongoing labour dispute. Neither the NHL nor the NHLPA have

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Vipers drop fourth straight

Vipers drop fourth straight

🕔12:25, 30.Nov 2012

  by Rob Benneian A chorus of boos rained down as the LaSalle Vipers left the ice Nov. 28 following their fourth straight defeat, a 5-4 loss at the hands of the St. Thomas Stars. However, the crowd wasn’t upset

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Spits comeback comes up short

Spits comeback comes up short

🕔11:47, 30.Nov 2012

by Rob Benneian Two third period goals brought the Windsor Spitfires within striking distance of the Barrie Colts, but they couldn’t complete the comeback falling 4-2 Nov. 29 at the WFCU Centre. Two markers in a span of 1:33 staked Barrie to

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Furious rally falls short

Furious rally falls short

🕔12:18, 26.Nov 2012

A disastrous second period was too much for the Windsor Spitfires to overcome. The Spits have now dropped four of their last five games. Kerby Rychel opened the scoring with his sixteenth goal of the season early in the first.

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Welcome home Murphy

Welcome home Murphy

🕔10:01, 24.Nov 2012

by Rob Benneian Hollywood couldn’t have scripted it better. Losers of six of their last seven games, including consecutive shutouts at the hands of the Owen Sound Attack and Plymouth Whalers, the Windsor Spitfires were reeling. General manager Warren Rychel

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Two Spits make the grade

Two Spits make the grade

🕔13:29, 23.Nov 2012

  by Rob Benneian Two members of the Windsor Spitfires cracked the preliminary rankings released by the Central Scouting Bureau for the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. The draft, which will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., will

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Raiders settle Vortex in season opener

Raiders settle Vortex in season opener

🕔12:55, 23.Nov 2012

Windsor and Essex County Secondary Schools Athletic Association boys’ hockey started Nov. 21 at Aide Knox Arena when the home team Assumption Purple Raiders faced off against the visiting Tecumseh Vista Vortex. Both teams looked ready to compete after the

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NHL lockout update

NHL lockout update

🕔12:54, 23.Nov 2012

By Kenton Wolfe The NHL has cancelled all games up to Dec. 15 with negotiations between the NHL owners and Players’ Association coming to a complete halt. 327 of the scheduled regular season games have been cancelled. Amongst the cancellations

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Spits make physical statement

Spits make physical statement

🕔12:51, 23.Nov 2012

by Kenton Wolfe For a team that has been searching for their identity all season long, the Windsor Spitfires may have found it. “We’re the toughest team in the league.” Despite losing six of their last seven games, members of

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Spits shake things up

Spits shake things up

🕔20:49, 22.Nov 2012

  by Rob Benneian Windsor Spitfires general manager Warren Rychel was not going to sit around while his team continued to flounder. The Spitfires have lost six of their last seven games, including three straight, and have been shut out

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Riverside Rebels heading to playoffs

Riverside Rebels heading to playoffs

🕔13:58, 16.Nov 2012

BY: Evan Mathais Nov. 16, 2012 The Riverside Rebels football team is back in the Windsor and Essex County Secondary Schools Athletic Association semi-finals for the first time since 2001 when they won the WECSSA championship. The Rebels finished the regular

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Posa calls players-only meeting

Posa calls players-only meeting

🕔11:01, 16.Nov 2012

column by Rob Benneian The writing may as well have been on the wall. After dropping three straight games to fall into eighth place in the Ontario Hockey League’s Western Conference, the Windsor Spitfires knew they were in trouble. This

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Spits crush Spirit

Spits crush Spirit

🕔00:56, 16.Nov 2012

by Rob Benneian The Windsor Spitfires shook off a sluggish first period to beat the Saginaw Spirit 6-1 Nov. 15 at the WFCU Centre. Kerby Rychel led the way offensively for the Spitfires with two goals and three assists, running

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Vortex Victory

Vortex Victory

🕔09:16, 13.Nov 2012

by Mandy Matthews Five freshman friends are running through the course and into the whirlwind of Tecumseh Vista Academy’s Vortex, leading them along the path of victory winning the school’s first cross-country provincial title. Vista’s Vortex Grade 9 midget boys’

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Changes coming for the Spits?

Changes coming for the Spits?

🕔16:57, 12.Nov 2012

by Rob Benneian What a difference a year makes. Last season, Windsor Spitfires head coach Bob Boughner said he would be thrilled if the team won 30 games, the mark he figured they would need to make the Ontario Hockey

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Riverside winter sports on ice

Riverside winter sports on ice

🕔14:32, 10.Nov 2012

by Evan Mathias Riverside Secondary School could be without a winter sports season this year due to the effects of Bill 115. The ice hockey season, swimming and wrestling have already been officially cancelled and basketball will be officially cancelled

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