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Spits rally but fall short in 4-3 loss to Kingston
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Spits rally but fall short in 4-3 loss to Kingston
A pair of Nick Ebert goals got the Windsor Spitfires close in the third period, but the Kingston Frontenacs held on for a 4-3 victory in front of 5,672 at the WFCU Centre on Sunday afternoon. Billy Jenkins scored twice in the second period, sandwiched around Darcy Greenaway's team-leading 15th of the year.

Windsor - November 26, 2012 - A pair of Nick Ebert goals got the Spitfires close in the third period, but the Kingston Frontenacs held on for a 4-3 victory in front of 5,672 at the WFCU Centre on Sunday afternoon.

Billy Jenkins scored twice in the second period, sandwiched around Darcy Greenaway's team-leading 15th of the year, giving Kingston (14-11-0-0) a 4-1 lead after 40 minutes.

The Spits came on strong in the third, getting goals from Ebert (3, 4) at 9:48 and 13:25. But the tying goal never came, as Mike Morrison (40 saves) stood tall in the Kingston goal.

Jordan DeKort made 33 saves in goal for Windsor (10-11-1-4), which remains in a tie for third in the West Division with Saginaw.

Trevor Murphy and Zach Lorentz recorded a point for the second consecutive game since coming over from Peterborough in a trade on Thursday.

The Spits host the Barrie Colts on Thursday, November 29th. Gametime is 7:05.

SCORING

FIRST PERIOD
WSR RYCHEL (16) (LORENTZ, HO-SANG) 4:41
KGN IKONEN (10) (BENNETT, WATSON) 14:33

SECOND PERIOD
KGN JENKINS (10) (WATSON, KUJAWINSKI) 5:23
KGN GREENAWAY (15) (ALCOCK, MORRISON) 13:49
KGN JENKINS (11) (KUJAWINSKI) 18:33

THIRD PERIOD
WSR EBERT (3) (MURPHY, RYCHEL) 9:48 PP
WSR EBERT (4) (POSA) 13:25

SHOTS
WSR 18 - 7 - 18 = 43
KGN 11 - 17 - 9 = 37

PPS
WSR 1-FOR-6
KGN 0-FOR-2


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