NHL The Detroit Red Wings travelled to the Bell Centre to take on the Montreal Canadiens on March 21. The Wings came out with a goal in the first period to take the lead 1-0 which they held for the
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NHL The Detroit Red Wings played their first game after the death of owner Mike Ilitch against the St. Louis Blues on Feb. 15 at Joe Louis Arena. The Wings were looking for a win but came up short, losing 2-0
NHL The Detroit Red Wings took on the first place Washington Capitals at the Verizon Center in Washington on Thursday night. The two teams fought hard in the first period keeping the score tied 2-2 going into the second period.
NHL The Toronto Maple Leafs travelled to the Scottrade Center on Thursday night to go toe-to-toe against the St. Louis Blues. After a long, physical game, the Blues ran away with the game winning 5-1. This leaves the Maple Leafs with a 23-17-9 record and
By Noah Gecelovsky NHL: The Florida Panthers were at Joe Louis Arena to play against the Detroit Red Wings on Dec. 1. After a long fought battle the game went to overtime with a 1-1 tie. In the end Panthers’
NHL The Detroit Red Wings raised their record to 6-2 on Thursday night when they slid by the St. Louis Blues with a 2-1 win at the Scottrade Centre. Frans Nielsen scored a shorthanded goal in the second period and the Wings were able
NHL The Detroit Red Wings played the New York Rangers in Madsion Square Garden on Wednesday, winning 2-1 and bringing their record to two wins and two losses. The Toronto Maple Leafs had a rough night losing to the Winnipeg Jets
By Justin Prince Able-bodied Windsorites hopped in wheelchairs Sept. 29 for a special relay to raise money for people with spinal cord injuries. The seventh annual Spinal Cord Injury Ontario Wheelchair Relay Challenge was held in the Windsor Family Credit
by Evan Mathias After losing their first two games of the season, the Windsor Spitfires bounced back in a big way defeating the Erie Otters 8-4 Sept. 28. Windsor’s offence was lead by veteran forwards Kerby Rychel and Brady Vail.
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
By: Mitchell Brandner The Windsor Spitfires lost to the Guelph Storm Oct. 4 at the WFCU Centre in a game Guelph dominated from start to finish. The Storm special teams played a major role in the victory. Penalties made it
Members of the Windsor community dined with local athletes and members of the Windsor Spitfires at the first “Breakfast with the Spits” Sept. 29 at Windsor International Airport. The event was in honour of Sports Day in Canada, a national
Brady Vail’s team-high fourth goal of the young season proved to be the game-winner as the Windsor Spitfires downed the visiting Sudbury Wolves 5-2 in front of 5,960 fans at the WFCU Centre Sunday afternoon. The goal was Vail’s second
By: Mitchell Brandner The Windsor Spitfires improved their record to 2-1-0 Sept. 27 when they beat the Kitchener Rangers at the WFCU Centre for their first home win of the season. Windsor got on the board early when Chris Marchese
by Mitchell Brandner The Windsor Spitfires played host to the Owen Sound Attack in their season opener Thursday night. Windsor lost 6-1 in a game where the Spitfires could not stay out of the penalty box. The first period ended
by Rob Benneian Members of the Windsor Spitfires were on-hand at Dirty Jersey’s on Tecumseh Road Sept. 17. Rookie goaltender Jordan DeKort showed diners to their seats, while alternate-captains Patrick Sieloff, Kerby Rychel and Brady Vail helped the service
By Kenton Wolfe It seemed all too fitting when Saverio Posa, then-alternate captain of the Windsor Spitfires, took a seat in front of the “Wall of Captains” at the WFCU Centre following a 4-3 shootout loss to the Niagara IceDogs
Photos from Friday, September 14 4-3 shootout loss at home to the Niagara IceDogs
by Rob Benneian Sam Studnicka and Jordan McNaughton have less than a full season of OHL experience between them. They aren’t letting it hold them back from making an impression on the Windsor Spitfires coaching staff. “Last year, both of