by Rob Benneian The Windsor Spitfires have dealt overage forward Nick Czinder, overage defenseman Jeff Braithwaite and a seventh round pick in 2014 to the Kitchener Rangers for Slovakian forward Juraj Bezuch and a conditional 6th round pick in 2013.
The Windsor AKO Fratmen went in to a mid-season tilt Saturday afternoon with the London Beefeaters with the swagger of the biggest bully on the playground. After sixty minutes of football, they had their lunch money stolen, their noses bloodied
by Rob Benneian Win or lose, the glory tends not to come their way. But if the Windsor AKO Fratmen are to achieve their championship goals this season it will be due to the play of their offensive line. Though
by Ashley Davidson Tecumseh Minor Hockey received a cheque today from the Windsor Spitfires for the money raised at the Johnny Shotz Alumni Game. The game took place on Saturday, July 28 and raised nearly $9000. Former Spitfires such as
by Rob Benneian Colella named Player of the Week After helping the Windsor AKO Fratmen to a 38-7 over the visiting Brampton Bears on Sunday, kicker Dan Colella just wanted to get off the field. “I was just drained after
by Rob Benneian LaChance: ‘I need to be better’ Two lopsided wins for the Windsor AKO Fratmen have done nothing to help erase the taste of a heart-breaking loss in the Ontario Football Conference championship game last year. Head coach
by Rob Benneian Byrne finishes +1, T-19th In his official homecoming tournament, a local professional golfer posted his highest finish on the Canadian Tour. Yet despite earning just over $1,200 for four days work at Roseland Golf and Curling Club,
by Ashley Davidson & Rob Benneian Fratmen open home schedule with big victory Another win, another day. So sums up the Windsor AKO Fratmen’s 2-0 start to the season following a 38-7 victory in their home opener against the over-matched
by Rob Benneian David Byrne has been enjoying all the benefits of playing on his home course at the latest stop on the Canadian Professional Golf Tour. That includes a nice home-cooked breakfast the morning after he fired a opening
David Byrne already had a leg up on the competition going into the Roseland Jamieson Charity Classic. He grew up playing the south Windsor course after moving to Essex from Corner Brook, Nfld at a young age. If the early
by Rob Benneian [Hosted by imgur.com] AKO Fratmen punt returner Richard Veenstra (11) is sprung free on a block by teammate James Drew (2). Veenstra’s touchdown return was called back due to a block below the waist. The Fratmen defeated
Coach says defense can be ‘best in Canada’ by Rob Benneian With the taste of their Ontario Football Conference finals loss still fresh in their mouths, the Windsor AKO Fratmen are chomping at the bit to get back to work.
by Rob Benneian Multi-sport athlete could go to college or turn pro A local baseball player hit the jackpot even though he isn’t old enough to buy a lottery ticket.
By Rob Benneian The Windsor Spitfires got a taste of life without Russian center Alexander Khokhlachev when he suffered a lacerated kidney Satuday, March 3 during a regular season game at Compuware Arena in Plymouth, Mich. against the Whalers.
By Rob Benneian A slide like Nick Ebert has taken could have left him wondering about his hockey future. Instead, it has made him more determined than ever. Once touted as a guaranteed first round pick, and previously ranked as