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It's the worst feeling you can imagine in sports - Spits lose to Sting

Feb. 16, 2013: It's the worst feeling you can imagine in sports. That's Windsor Spitfires forward Remy Giftopoulos summarizing his thoughts on Daniel Nikandrov's goal with 12.3 seconds left to give the Sarnia Sting a 2-1 win. The loss, Windsor's third straight, put their playoff chances on life support. FULL STORY

Suspect all season, the Spitfires D is now just M.I.A.
Suspect all season, the Spitfires D is now just M.I.A.

Jan. 31, 2013: The Windsor Spitfires said all the right things heading into their match-up tonight with the Peterborough Petes. In losing 7-5 to the Petes, the Spitfires have now surrendered an astonishing 25 goals in their last four games. For the mathematically challenged, that works out to better (worse?) than six goals against per 60 minutes of play. FULL STORY

Massacre at the WFCU Centre - Spits fall 8-2 to Plymouth
Massacre at the WFCU Centre - Spits fall 8-2 to Plymouth

Jan. 24, 2013: It had to happen sometime. The Windsor Spitfires were riding a four-game winning streak heading into a crucial divisional match-up with the visiting Plymouth Whalers. They had points in six straight games going back to a trade deadline makeover. They knocked off two division leaders with victories over the Sarnia Sting and London Knights. FULL STORY

Spitfires rally from down two goals three times to defeat Sting
Spitfires rally from down two goals three times to defeat Sting

Jan. 20, 2013: The Windsor Spitfires were able to rally from down two goals three times Sunday afternoon to defeat the Sarnia Sting 5-4 in front of a crowd of 6,383 at the WFCU Centre. Windsor stormed back in the third with three unanswered goals in a span of 5:14 from Alexander Khokhlachev, Josh Ho-Sang and Remy Giftopoulos. Jaroslav Pavelka made 43 stops for the win, his eighteenth of the season. FULL STORY

Khokhlachev scores winner as Spits down Steelheads
Khokhlachev scores winner as Spits down Steelheads

Jan. 17, 2013: Alexander Khokhlachev's fourth goal in as many games since returning to Windsor stood up as the game-winner Jan. 17 as the Windsor Spitfires defeated the visiting Mississauga Steelheads 2-1. Sam Studnicka's second goal of the season opened the scoring. The Spits will travel to London to face the the OHL's top-ranked Knights in a Friday night tilt. FULL STORY


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