Spitfires Drop 4-1 Decision To Undermanned RangersDecember 13, 2012 - Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Windsor Spitfires
Despite being without eight regulars, due to various injuries and World Junior Hockey Championship involvement, the Rangers took a 2-1 lead on Keli Grant's first of the season just 1:34 into the second period and never looked back.
Domenic Alberga had the other goal for Kitchener (19-9-1-3), which played without Radek Faksa, Matt Puempel, Tobias Rieder, Ryan Murphy, Max Iafrate, Eric Ming, Franky Palazzese and Justin Bailey.
Chris Marchese (12) had the only goal for Windsor (14-13-1-5), which saw its four-game winning streak end.
John Gibson had 33 saves in goal for the win. Jaroslav Pavelka made 34 in a losing cause.
The Spits head out for Saginaw on Saturday for a date with the Spirit, before wrapping up the pre- holiday portion of their schedule in Sault Ste Marie on Sunday night.
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