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Spits edge Otters for Boughners 200th
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Spits edge Otters for Boughners 200th
Spits keeper Jaroslav Pavelka makes a big save against Otters Johnny McGuire, while Erie defenceman Jimmy McDowell looks on. Pavelka made 26 saves in goal for Windsor.

Windsor - October 19, 2012 - Derek Schoenmakers scored the winner early in the third period, as the Spitfires clipped the Erie Otters 2-1 on Thursday night at the WFCU Centre, earning head coach Bob Boughner his 200th career victory.

The goal came just 42 seconds into the frame, during a seven-minute Windsor power play; the result of Erie defenceman Adam Pelech jumping Patrick Sieloff after the hard-hitting Windsor blueliner caught forward Hayden Hodgson with a thundering, clean hit along the boards.

Kerby Rychel (6) opened the scoring on the same man-advantage at 19:54 of the second period.

Connor McDavid (5) had the Erie goal, marking the ninth-straight game the rookie phenom has tallied at least a point.

Oscar Dansk was outstanding in goal for Erie (2-6-1-1) stopping 45 of the 47 shots he faced.

Jaroslav Pavelka made 26 saves in goal for Windsor (5-3-0-3).

The Spits are off to Brampton for a date with the Batallion on Friday night, before a return engagement with the Otters in Erie on Saturday.

SCORING
FIRST PERIOD
NO SCORING

SECOND PERIOD
WSR RYCHEL (6) (SIELOFF, MARCHESE) 19:54 PP

THIRD PERIOD
WSR SCHOENMAKERS (5) (VAIL, CLARKE) 0:42 PP,
ER MCDAVID (5) (LABARDO, CAIRNS) 10:30

SHOTS: WSR - 11 - 20 - 16 = 47
ER - 11 - 5 - 11 = 27

PPS: WSR 2-FOR-7
ER 0-FOR-4


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