VIDEO: Spitfires Outshoot Rangers In Loss At Home

The Windsor Spitfires dropped one at home Saturday night falling to the Kitchener Rangers 4-1.

Windsor outshot Kitchener 34-19.

Spitfires head coach Trevor Letowski says the puck just didn't bounce their way.

"We just couldn't score. I think, if anything, we've got to be hungrier around the net and get some tips. Maybe a little bit better net presence. Bear down when we get the chances, but when you look at all the stats, that's a game that you get nine out of ten times."

He says his team played a solid game overall.

"From a coaching perspective, satisfied with the game except you don't get the result. So, obviously, that's disappointing, but tactically and structurally we played very well."

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The Windsor Spitfires celebrate a goal as they take on the Kitchener Rangers September 29, 2018 (Photo courtesy of Tim Cornett/WindsorSpitfires.com)

Will Cuylle was the lone scorer for the Spits.

Luke Richardson made 33 saves in goal for the Rangers to earn 1st star honours.

Windsor is back in action Thursday hosting the London Knights.

The AM800 pre-game show gets underway at 6:30pm.

Puck drops at 7:05pm at the WFCU Centre.