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Four goal second periods lifts Windsor to tie in Plymouth
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Windsor Spitfires

Four goal second periods lifts Windsor to tie in Plymouth
Josh Ho-Sang's goal with just 41 seconds to play lifted the Windsor Spitfires to a 5-5 tie with the Plymouth WhalersSaturday night at the Eddie Edgar Ice Arena in Livonia, Michigan. Slater Koekkoek had a goal and two assists, as Windsor overcame a 2-0 first period deficit with four goals in a span of less than five minutes in the second.
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Livonia - September 1, 2013 - Josh Ho-Sang's goal with just 41 seconds to play lifted the Spits to a 5-5 tie with the Plymouth WhalersSaturday night at the Eddie Edgar Ice Arena in Livonia, Michigan.

Slater Koekkoek had a goal and two assists, as Windsor overcame a 2-0 first period deficit with four goals in a span of less than five minutes in the second.

Brady Vail, Nick Ebert and Steven Janes had the others. Ryan Moore chipped in a pair of assists and played in all situations in his Ontario Hockey League debut.

Former Spitfire Zack Lorentz led the way for the Whalers, with a pair of goals and a helper. His first of the game made it 3-0 Plymouth just 1:12 into the second period. But the lead didn't last long, as Koekkoek darted in off the left wing on a brilliant individual rush, getting the visitors on the board just 1:30 later.

Janes (3:28) cut the lead to one soon after, before Ebert (5:06) and Vail (7:28) scored power play goals to give Windsor its first lead of the night. Matt Mistele, Carter Sandlak and Francesco Vilardi each scored for Plymouth.

Dalen Kuchmey and Brendan Johnston split time in goal for the Spitfires. Alex Nedeljkovic and Zack Bowman shared duties for the Whalers.

The teams play the back half of this home-and-home Monday afternoon at the WFCU Centre (2PM).

SUMMARY
FIRST PERIOD
PLY: SANDLAK (MERCER, LEE) 3:25
PLY: VILARDI (HENDERSON, CHATHAM) 16:51 PP

SECOND PERIOD
PLY: LORENTZ (SILLS) 1:12
WSR: KOEKKOEK (BATEMAN) 2:42
WSR: JANES (MOORE) 3:28
WSR: EBERT (KOEKKOEK, MOORE) 5:06 PP
WSR VAIL (KOEKKOEK) 7:28 PP
PLY: LORENTZ (SANDLAK, SILLS) 16:40

THIRD PERIOD
PLY: MISTELE (CARRICK, LORENTZ) 10:18
WSR: HO-SANG (JOHNSON) 19:19 PP







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