Spitfires Make More Cuts, Sign Two Players

Thirteen more players have been released by the Windsor Spitfires as training camp continues this week.

The announcement was made after last night's Blue-White game that saw Team Blue win 7-3. The remaining 27 players in camp now head to Buffalo for the OHL preseason showcase which begins Friday.

The Spits also announced they've agreed to education packages with 16-year-old forwards Daniel D'Amico and Jordan Frasca.


Windsor GM Warren Rychel with Spitfires draft pick Daniel D'Amico and his family (Photo by the Windsor Spitfires)

D'Amico, 16, was the sixth-round pick, 109th overall in the 2017 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection.

Frasca, also 16-years-old, was chosen in the seventh round, 125th overall.

"Daniel and Jordan are going to be good players in our league," says General Manager Warren Rychel. "I give our scouting staff a lot of credit. We didn't have a lot of picks back in April, but we definitely made the most of them."


Windsor GM Warren Rychel with Spitfires draft pick Jordan Frasca (Photo by the Windsor Spitfires)