Vipers withstand Hurricanes

Vipers withstand Hurricanes

🕔22:56, 7.Nov 2012

by Rob Benneian The LaSalle Vipers tallied three times in a span of 1:43 to pull away from the Guelph Hurricanes for a 6-2 win Nov. 7 at the Vollmer Centre. Guelph was able to take an early lead by

Read Full Article
Bulls drop Spits in shootout

Bulls drop Spits in shootout

🕔18:24, 4.Nov 2012

Windsor blows third period lead, overtime opportunities by Rob Benneian The Windsor Spitfires led the Belleville Bulls for nearly 50 minutes Sunday afternoon at the WFCU Centre but lost 2-1 in a shootout. Kerby Rychel scored his team-leading eleventh goal

Read Full Article
Windsor welcomes Grey Cup

Windsor welcomes Grey Cup

🕔14:12, 2.Nov 2012

A choir, a jazz band and hundreds of Canadian Football League fans were on hand to greet the Grey Cup Oct. 30 at the Windsor train station. Canadian Football League officials are touring the Grey Cup through 100 cities across

Read Full Article
Spits top Knights

Spits top Knights

🕔12:23, 2.Nov 2012

by Mitchell Brandner Although the Windsor Spitfires and London Knights have a heated rivalry, the game between the two teams Nov. 1 featured just one fight and a handful of minor penalties. The Spitfires won the game 6-3 thanks in

Read Full Article
Spits photo gallery: Nov. 1

Spits photo gallery: Nov. 1

🕔12:03, 2.Nov 2012

         

Read Full Article
Former Spitfires making their mark

Former Spitfires making their mark

🕔11:28, 2.Nov 2012

By Kenton Wolfe Two former Memorial Cup winning Windsor Spitfires are making their mark in professional hockey despite the NHL lockout. Zack Kassian and Scott Timmins faced off Oct. 27 in Rosemont, Ill. in an American Hockey League matchup between

Read Full Article
Vipers beat ‘stupid’ Rockets

Vipers beat ‘stupid’ Rockets

🕔01:00, 1.Nov 2012

Vipers power play ‘trick a treat by Rob Benneian A trio of power play goals propelled the LaSalle Vipers to a 3-1 win over the visiting Strathroy Rockets Oct. 31 at the Vollmer Complex. After falling behind on a goal

Read Full Article
Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank Marathon

Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank Marathon

🕔10:33, 30.Oct 2012

Thousands of Canadians and Americans  participated in this year’s Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank Marathon. Nearly 24,000 runners, walkers and wheelers registered for the thirty-fifth annual event that took over the streets of downtown Windsor and Detroit Oct. 21. The international

Read Full Article
Spitfires weekend recap

Spitfires weekend recap

🕔09:37, 29.Oct 2012

by Rob Benneian Despite scoring first in all three games, the Windsor Spitfires were able to win just once in a weekend road trip across Ontario. The trip ended Oct. 28 in a 5-2 loss at the hands of the

Read Full Article
Tigers swept by Giants in World Series

Tigers swept by Giants in World Series

🕔00:08, 29.Oct 2012

The Detroit Tigers have lost the World Series in a four-game sweep to the San Francisco Giants. The Tigers lost the deciding game 4-3 in 10 innings. Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro hit the game-winning RBI single in the top

Read Full Article
E.J. Lajeunesse raises funds for new football team

E.J. Lajeunesse raises funds for new football team

🕔22:33, 26.Oct 2012

  by Jamie Adam The brand new junior boys football team at École Secondaire Catholique E.J. Lajeunesse is closer to being able to purchase its own equipment thanks to a fundraiser held Oct. 21 at Club Alouette. After years of

Read Full Article
Leon strives for gold

Leon strives for gold

🕔17:42, 26.Oct 2012

by Brett Hedges Instead of wrestling farm animals like most boys born in Essex County, Dante Leon will be trying to defeat men much older than him to achieve his goals in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. The 17-year-old Harrow native will be

Read Full Article
Grade 9 runners surprise at WECSSAA

Grade 9 runners surprise at WECSSAA

🕔16:32, 26.Oct 2012

by Mandy Matthews A new cross-country runner has won the Windsor and Essex County Secondary Schools Athletic Association title and one school scored the top-four spots for midget boys. Last spring, Zoe Sawchuck started running competitively. She ran a number

Read Full Article
NHL Lockout Brief – Oct. 26

NHL Lockout Brief – Oct. 26

🕔14:35, 26.Oct 2012

By Kenton Wolfe An 82-game schedule is no longer a reality with the NHL owners and NHL Players’ Association making no progress in the ongoing negotiations of a new collective bargaining agreement. All games scheduled until Nov.30 have been cancelled

Read Full Article
Sanvido making mark on Spits D

Sanvido making mark on Spits D

🕔12:43, 26.Oct 2012

by Rob Benneian In the Ontario Hockey League, 16-year-old rookies aren’t expected to make much of an impact. That’s why it’s so remarkable that just four months past his sixteenth birthday, Windsor Spitfires defenceman Patrick Sanvido has made it impossible

Read Full Article
Spits embark on long trip

Spits embark on long trip

🕔12:35, 26.Oct 2012

By Kenton Wolfe The Windsor Spitfires have packed up and left the WFCU Centre with a five-game road trip underway. Forcing the Spits out of their arena is the second annual Skate Canada International competition, a figure skating contest which

Read Full Article
Rychel impresses OHL brass

Rychel impresses OHL brass

🕔12:29, 26.Oct 2012

by Kenton Wolfe A member of the Windsor Spitfires has been turning heads with his on-ice play. Spits forward Kerby Rychel has earned himself an invitation to join the Team Ontario Hockey League Subway Super Series roster. The team is

Read Full Article
Spits power play stays hot

Spits power play stays hot

🕔21:04, 21.Oct 2012

by Mitchell Brandner In squeaking out a narrow 2-1 victory over the visiting Erie Otters Oct. 18, the Spitfires moved within a point of first place in the Ontario Hockey League’s West Division. The game had a lot of whistles

Read Full Article
NHL Lockout Update Oct. 19 – Brief

NHL Lockout Update Oct. 19 – Brief

🕔14:04, 19.Oct 2012

By Kenton Wolfe What seemed like progress ultimately came to a halt Oct. 18, with the NHL Players’ Association turning down the latest offer from the NHL owners. Their response was three counter-proposals, which NHL commissioner Gary Bettman described as

Read Full Article
Spits fall to IceDogs

Spits fall to IceDogs

🕔00:23, 15.Oct 2012

Spitfires shootout woes continue by Mitchell Brandner The Windsor Spitfires lost 4-3  in a shootout to the Niagara IceDogs Sunday afternoon at the WFCU Centre. The IceDogs got on the board first when forward Mitchell Theoret banged home a rebound off

Read Full Article

Latest TV Broadcast

MediaPlex Live @ 1

MediaPlex News Now

Get Social!

Follow us, Like us, Love us, Watch us, Plus!

CAPSTONE PROJECTS 2017-2018