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Windsor Spitfires Game Day versus the Brampton Battalion
By Chris Savard
OurHometown.ca

Windsor Spitfires Game Day versus the Brampton Battalion
The Windsor Spitfires continue their 2012-13 Ontario Hockey League season this evening with a road game against the Brampton Battalion.
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Windsor - October 19, 2012 - The Windsor Spitfires continue their 2012-13 Ontario Hockey League season this evening with a road game against the Brampton Battalion. This is the only scheduled visit by the Spitfires to Brampton. Puck drop is set for 7:30 pm.

Brampton Battalion

The Battalion have a 3-4-2-2 record and sit last in the Central Division standings. Barclay Goodrow leads the Battalion in scoring with seven points in 11 games. Jamie Lewis is second with six in the same number of games. Brampton comes into this evening’s game following a 3-2 overtime road loss to the Niagara IceDogs last night.

Windsor Spitfires

The Spitfires record sits at 5-3-0-5 following a big home ice victory last night against Connor McDavid and the Erie Otters. Habs prospect Brady Vail leads Windsor in scoring with 14 points in 11 games. Kerby Rychel is ranked as a first round draft pick by the NHL Central Scouting bureau and sits second in scoring with 9 points. Spits rookie star Josh Ho Sang now has two goals and seven points. Jaroslav Pavelka has played well and has carried the majority of the load for the Spits.

Players to Watch

BRA - Dylan Blujus (Tampa Bay Lightning draftee)


WSR - Ben Johnson (New Jersey Devils draftee)
WSR - Michael Clark (Colorado Avalanche draftee)
WSR - Nick Ebert (Los Angeles Kings draftee)
WSR - Brady Vail (Montreal Canadiens draftee)
WSR - Pat Seiloff (Calgary Flames draftee)
WSR - Kerby Rychel (NHL Central Scouting “A” List)
WSR - Jordan Maletta (NHL Central Scouting “C” List)
WSR - Josh Ho Sang (#5 Overall OHL Pick)

Parting thoughts

Tonight, the Spitfires play game two of a run of three games in three nights. Tomorrow night, the Spits travel to Erie to once again face Connor McDavid and the Otters.


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