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Vail scores late, Spitfires lose in shootout to Steelheads
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Vail scores late, Spitfires lose in shootout to Steelheads
For the second straight night, the Spits (2-1-0-1) scored in the final minute of regulation, as Brady Vail beat Spencer Martin with just 50 seconds on the clock to knot the game at 2-2.

Mississauga - September 29, 2012 - Riley Brace scored the winner in a shootout, as the Mississauga Steelheads scratched out a 3-2 win over the Windsor Spitfires on Friday night at the Hershey Centre.

For the second straight night, the Spits (2-1-0-1) scored in the final minute of regulation, as Brady Vail beat Spencer Martin with just 50 seconds on the clock to knot the game at 2-2.

Jordan Maletta had the other goal for Windsor, which has taken three of a possible four points in a run of three games in four days.

Josh Burnside (10:43, 1st period) and Stuart Percy (15:43, 2nd period) scored in regulation for Mississauga. Josh Ho-Sang scored the lone goal for the Spits in the shootout.

Percy and Riley Brace scored for Mississauga, before Kerby Rychel's effort to send the shootout to a fourth round was stopped by Spencer Martin (35 saves).

Jordan DeKort was outstanding in goal in his first start of the season for Windsor, making 32 saves.

Windsor finishes off the weekend hosting Sudbury on Sunday afternoon at the WFCU Centre. Game time is 2:05 PM

SCORING

FIRST PERIOD
MISS BURNSIDE (1) (GOLDBERG) 10:43,
WSR MALETTA (2) (EBERT) 16:26 PP

SECOND PERIOD
MISS PERCY (2) (BRACE) 15:03 PP

THIRD PERIOD
WSR VAIL (EBERT, SIELOFF) 19:09 PP

OVERTIME
NO SCORING

SHOOTOUT WINNER
BRACE

SHOTS
WSR 12 - 9 - 10 - 6 = 37,
MISS 13 - 12 - 9 - 0 = 34

PPS
WSR 2-FOR-5,
MISS 1-FOR-5


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