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Spitfires management statement on Ho-Sang suspension
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Spitfires management statement on Ho-Sang suspension
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Windsor Spitfires

Windsor - Apr. 8, 2014: The hammer came down hard on the Windsor Spitfires organization this week as news broke that Josh Ho-Sang received a hefty suspension sentence. Bob Boughner addressed the suspension notice yesterday, April 7th, and shared the displeasure felt by both the players and the Spitfires' brass. FULL STORY



2014 OHL Priority Selection Draft results
2014 OHL Priority Selection Draft results
Tim Cornett
HometownHockey.ca

Windsor - Apr. 8, 2014: The first round of the OHL Priority Selection Draft proved to be exciting and entertaining, as did the remaining rounds of the draft. OHL clubs acquired plenty of young talent, and each drafted player will look to give their all in the upcoming season. Windsor Spitfires were fortunate to acquire defenceman Logan Stanley with their first overall pick. FULL STORY



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Windsor Spitfires' draft day selections
Tim Cornett
HometownHockey.ca

Windsor - Apr. 6, 2014: The 2014 OHL Priority Selection Draft took place this past weekend, and the Windsor Spitfires' brass made sure to address particular holes in the team's depth chart. Yale defenceman Nick Chauvin was one of many acquisitions for the Spits, which supported the theme of drafting for the backend. The Spitfires would end the draft acquiring seven forwards, four defencemen, and two goaltenders. FULL STORY



Spits reload at OHL Priority Selection draft
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Spits reload at OHL Priority Selection draft
Chris Savard
HometownHockey.ca

Stoney Point - Apr. 5, 2014: The Windsor Spitfires have selected defenceman Logan Stanley with the 12th overall pick in the first round of today’s Ontario Hockey League Draft. Stanley is 6 foot 6, weighs 209 pounds and last played for the Waterloo Wolves. In the second round with the 26th pick overall, the Spits picked up LW Daniil Verity from the North York Rangers. With the final pick in the second round (40th overall), Windsor added centre Clayton Keller from Shattuck St. Mary’s. FULL STORY



Boughner and Koekkoek nominated for OHL awards
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Boughner and Koekkoek nominated for OHL awards
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Windsor Spitfires

Windsor - Apr. 2, 2014: Windsor Spitfires' Bob Boughner and Slater Koekkoek are both candidates for OHL awards following their efforts for the 2013/14 campaign. Boughner could earn his third award for Coach of the Year, while Windsor's star defenceman is one of the finalists for the OHL's top defenceman. Nominations for the awards are the silver lining for a season that ended quickly due to lack of depth due to critical injuries. FULL STORY



Letter to Editor - Hoping for big turnout for Game 4
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Letter to Editor - Hoping for big turnout for Game 4
Judy Normnandeau

Windsor - Mar. 27, 2014: I feel compelled to comment on these last playoff days for our Windsor Spitfires, understanding that some fans, season ticket holders included choose not to attend and support our team because"they aren't going to make it" Windsor plays the London Knights tonight in Game four of their playoff series. FULL STORY



Statement from President and Head Coach Bob Boughner
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Statement from President and Head Coach Bob Boughner
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Windsor Spitfires

Windsor - Mar. 27, 2014: Following the loss to the London Knights Tuesday night, Windsor Spitfires' President and Head Coach Bob Boughner issued a statement regarding the situation with goaltender Dalen Kuchmey, who left Tuesday's game unexpectedly. Windsor trails London 3-0 in the opening series of the 2013/14 OHL playoffs. The Spits will look to extend their postseason when they host the Knights Thursday, March 27th. FULL STORY



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Knights double Spits to take 2-0 Series lead
Knights double Spits to take 2-0 Series lead
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London - Mar. 23, 2014: Nikita Zadorov scored twice and added two assists, as the London Knights doubled the Windsor Spitfires 6-3 on Saturday night in Game Two of their Best-of-7 Western Conference quarter-final. Alex Fotinos made 47 saves in a losing cause for Windsor, which returns to Windsor for Game Three on Tuesday night down 2-0 in the series. FULL STORY



Knights cruise to 6-1 win over Spits in Game One
Knights cruise to 6-1 win over Spits in Game One
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London - Mar. 22, 2014: 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. FULL STORY



Mickey Renaud - Our Captain Forever
Mickey Renaud - Our Captain Forever
Windsor - Feb. 17, 2014: Tuesday, February 18th marks the sixth anniversary of the passing of former Windsor Spitfires captain Mickey Renaud. The Spitfires game Tuesday night against the London Knights is dedicated to the memory of one of the most popular players in the history of franchise. His untimely passing sent shockwaves through Windsor’s tight knit hockey community, and the Spitfires honour Mickey every season with a game played on February 18th. FULL STORY



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