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Pavelka outstanding in 6-3 win over Knights
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Pavelka outstanding in 6-3 win over Knights
Netminder Jaroslav Pavelka made 38 saves and Josh Ho-Sang made the most of some time on the top line, as the Windsor Spitfires doubled the London Knights 6-3 in front of an energetic crowd of 5,832 at the WFCU Centre on Thursday night.
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Windsor - November 1, 2012 - Jaroslav Pavelka had 38 saves and Josh Ho-Sang made the most of some time on the top line, as the Spits doubled the London Knights 6-3 in front of an energetic crowd of 5,832 at the WFCU Centre on Thursday night.

Pavelka made 15 saves, several of the highlight reel variety, in a first period dominated by London (8-5-0-2), giving the Spits time to get their game together.

And get it together they did.

Led by the trio of Ho-Sang (1G, 2A), Kerby Rychel (1G, 1A) and Brady Vail (1G, 1A), Windsor (8-6-0-3) turned a 2-0 deficit into a convincing win.

Goals by Vail (15:30) and Patrick Sieloff (19:29) pulled the Spits even after 40 minutes.

London took a brief 3-2 lead on Alex Broadhurst's fifth of the year just 1:08 into the third.

But it was all Spitfires from there.

Goals from Derek Schoenmakers (8), Ben Johnson (3), Ho-Sang (4) and Rychel (10), into an empty net, capped a stretch of four unanswered in the final 16:37.

Jake Patterson made 24 saves in goal for London, before he was pulled in favour of Kevin Bailie after Johnson's goal at 7:44 of the third. Bailie was rudely welcomed, as Ho-Sang deked him with a jaw-dropping set of moves, making it a 5-3 game at 16:34.

The Spits are right back at in Friday night, as they make a trip up the 401 to take on the Rangers in Kitchener.

SCORING

FIRST PERIOD: LDN GRIFFITH (13) (M.RUPERT, HARRINGTON) 18:23 SH

SECOND PERIOD: LDN ELIE (3) (JAMMES, FERRY) 15:05, WSR VAIL (7) (HO-SANG, RYCHEL) 15:30, WSR SIELOFF (3) (HO-SANG) 19:29

THIRD PERIOD: LDN BROADHURST (5) (GRIFFITH, MAATTA) 1:08, WSR SCHOENMAKERS (8) (CLARKE, JOHNSON) 3:23, WSR JOHNSON (3) (EBERT) 7:44, WSR HO-SANG (4) (EBERT) 16:34, WSR RYCHEL (10) (VAIL) 19:27

SHOTS: WSR 7 - 8 - 16 = 31, LDN 16 - 17 - 8 = 41
PPS: WSR 0-FOR-2, LDN 0-FOR-3


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