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2014-15 Schedule Released
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Windsor Spitfires

2014-15 Schedule Released
Details of both our 2014-15 exhibition and regular season schedules were released June 25th by the Ontario Hockey League. Preseason starts August 28th, while the regular season is set to begin September 26th.
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Windsor - June 26, 2014 - Details of both our 2014-15 exhibition and regular season schedules were released June 25th by the Ontario Hockey League.

Blue-White Game
We get things started on August 28th, with our Blue-White game at the WFCU Centre. The annual event features a mix of young Spitfires returnees, drafted and free agent hopefuls and training camp invitees.

Exhibition Schedule
We'll play a total of five exhibition games in all, two at home and three on the road. 1) Saturday, AUGUST 30TH, @Plymouth (TBA), 2) Thursday, SEPTEMBER 4TH, vs Plymouth (7:05), 3) Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 10TH, vs Sarnia (7:05), 4) Friday, SEPTEMBER 12TH, @Sarnia (TBA), 5) Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 16TH, @Niagara (TBA)

Regular Season
We'll be looking for you to help us get off a to a quick start to the season, as we play five of our first six overall at the WFCU Centre. It all gets started with a big Opening Weekend 2014 event.

Friday, September 26th, our Opening Night 2014 features a visit from Connor McDavid and the high-flying Erie Otters. Then, Sunday, September 28th, we host Robby Fabbri and the defending OHL Champion Guelph Storm.

Other dates of note include our annual New Year's Eve Day matinee game on December 31st, versus Plymouth. The Whalers will also be the opponent as we remember Our Captain Forever, Mickey Renaud, on Wednesday, February 18th.

Home Dates
SEPTEMBER: Friday 26th: Erie (7:05), Sunday 28th: Guelph (7:05)

OCTOBER: Thursday 2nd: Barrie (7:05), Saturday 4th: Saginaw (7:05), Thursday 9th: Peterborough (7:05), Thursday 16th: Saginaw (7:05), Thursday 23rd: Plymouth (7:05), Saturday 25th: Mississauga (7:05), Thursday 30th: Kingston (7:05)

NOVEMBER: Saturday 1st: London (7:05), Thursday 6th: Owen Sound (7:05), Sunday 16th: Soo (2:05), Thursday 20th: Sarnia (7:05), Saturday 22nd: London (7:05), Friday 28th: Plymouth (7:35).

DECEMBER: Thursday 4th: Soo (7:05), Saturday 6th: North Bay (7:05), Thursday 18th: Saginaw (7:05), Wednesday 31st: Plymouth (2:05).

JANUARY: Thursday 15th: Sudbury (7:05), Saturday 17th: Kitchener (7:05), Sunday 25th: Sarnia (7:05) is Hockey Day in the OHL, Thursday 29th: London (7:05).

FEBRUARY: Sunday 1st: Belleville (2:05), Thursday 5th: Owen Sound (7:05), Thursday 12th: Kitchener (7:05), Sunday 15th: Niagara (2:05), Wednesday 18th: Plymouth (7:05), Thursday 26th: Ottawa (7:05).

MARCH: Sunday 1st: Sarnia (2:05), Thursday 5th: Soo (7:05), Sunday 8th: Oshawa (2:05), Thursday 12th: Guelph (7:05), Thursday 19th: Erie (7:05).

Away Dates
OCTOBER: Saturday 11th: Sarnia (7:05), Saturday 18th: Barrie (7:30), Sunday 19th: Owen Sound (2:00), Friday 24th: Guelph (7:30).

NOVEMBER: Friday 7th: London (7:30), Saturday 8th: Owen Sound (7:30), Friday 14th: Saginaw (7:11), Friday 21st: Kitchener (7:30), Wednesday 26th: Plymouth (7:05), Saturday 29th: Saginaw (7:11)

DECEMBER: Thursday 11th: North Bay (7:00), Friday 12th: Sudbury (7:30), Sunday 14th: Soo (2:07), Saturday 20th: Saginaw (7:11), Sunday 28th: London (2:00), Tuesday 30th: Plymouth (2:00).

JANUARY: Saturday 3rd: Erie (7:00), Sunday 4th: Mississauga (2:00), Wednesday 7th: Belleville (7:05), Friday 9th: Ottawa (7:30), Saturday 10th: Kingston (7:00), Friday 16th: London (7:30), Saturday 24th: Sarnia (7:05), Saturday 31st: Plymouth (7:05).

FEBRUARY: Friday 6th: Oshawa (7:35), Saturday 7th: Peterborough (7:05), Monday 16th: Guelph (2:00), Friday 20th: Plymouth (7:05), Friday 27th: Soo (7:07).

MARCH: Friday 6th: Kitchener (7:30), Saturday 14th: Erie (7:00), Sunday 15th: Niagara (2:00), Friday 20th: Sarnia (7:05), Saturday 21st: Soo (7:07).







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