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Bulls win defensive struggle on Subban Shootout goal
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Bulls win defensive struggle on Subban Shootout goal
Jordan Subban scored in the sixth round of the shootout, as the Belleville Bulls squeaked out a 2-1 win over the Windsor Spitfires on Sunday afternoon in front of 5,392 at the WFCU Centre.

Windsor - November 4, 2012 - Jordan Subban scored in the sixth round of the shootout, as the Belleville Bulls squeaked out a 2-1 win over the Windsor Spitfires on Sunday afternoon in front of 5,392 at the WFCU Centre.

Kerby Rychel (11) and Michael Curtis (4) scored in regulation.

Rychel's power play goal at 7:46 of the first period gave the Spits a 1-0 lead, one they held for 47 minutes, until Curtis roofed a one-time blast off an Adam Bignell pass to tie things up with just 5:04 remaining.

Rychel, Josh Ho-Sang, Derek Schoenmakers, Michael Clarke, Ryan Verbeek and Brady Vail each failed to beat Malcolm Subban (29 saves) in the shootout, before his brother, Jordan, scored on a fortunate bounce off the post and then the back of Jaroslav Pavleka's (27 saves) leg and in.

The Spitfires have now lost four times in the shootout this season, all at home, by converting just one of 17 chances.

The club is now off until Friday, when it travels to Plymouth to take on the Whalers.

SCORING
FIRST PERIOD
WSR RYCHEL (11) (EBERT, SIELOFF) 7:46 PP

SECOND PERIOD
NO SCORING

THIRD PERIOD
BEL CURTIS (4) (BIGNELL, SIMMONDS) 14:57

SHOTS
WSR 11 - 7 - 11 = 29
BEL 13 - 6 - 11 = 30

PPS
WSR 1-FOR-3
BEL 0-FOR-4


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