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Knights cruise to 6-1 win over Spits in Game One
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Windsor Spitfires

Knights cruise to 6-1 win over Spits in Game One
Gemel Smith had a goal and two assists and 11 different Knights hit the scoresheet, as the London Knights took Game One in a 6-1 win over the Windsor Spitfires on Friday night at the Budweiser Gardens. Game Two goes Saturday night at the Budweiser Gardens. Gametime is 7:05.
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London - March 22, 2014 - Gemel Smith had a goal and two assists and 11 different Knights hit the scoresheet, as London took Game One in a 6-1 win over the Spitfires on Friday night at the Budweiser Gardens.

Mike McCarron, Smith and Chris Tierney staked the home side to a 3-0 lead after 20 minutes.

The Spitfires came out strong in the second period, registering eight shots in the first five minutes.

But goals by Bo Horvat and Owen MacDonald spoiled a stretch of 18 very good minutes with goals 50 seconds apart to give London all the offense it would need.

Ben Johnson had the only goal for Windsor, a shorthanded effort at 5:48 of the third period.

Josh Anderson wrapped the scoring, backhanding home a Chris Tierney feed past Alex Fotinos (31 saves) with a little more than three minutes to play. Anderson (1G, 1A) and Tierney (1G, 1A) joined Smith, Max Domi (2A) and Ryan Rupert (2A) with multi-point games.

Game Two goes Saturday night at the Budweiser Gardens. Gametime is 7:05.

SCORING

FIRST PERIOD
LDN McCarron (1) (Welychka, Smith) 7:08
LDN Smith (1) (R Rupert, Basso) 13:41 PP
LDN Tierney (1) (Anderson, Domi) 17:45 PP

SECOND PERIOD
LDN Horvat (1) (R Rupert, M Rupert) 17:41
LDN MacDonald (1) (Smith) 18:31

THIRD PERIOD
WSR Johnson (1) (Vail, Brown) 5:48 SH
LDN Anderson (1) (Tierney, Domi) 16:39

SHOTS
WSR 4 - 13 - 10 = 27
LDN 13 - 15 - 9 = 37

PPS
WSR 0-for-6
LDN 2-for-6







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