Sixth loss in a row for Spitfires as they fall 12-3 to Owen Sound


A huge 12-3 loss for the Windsor Spitfires at home against the Owen Sound Attack on Thursday evening. 

This is the sixth loss in a row for Windsor.

The Spitfires lost two players Thursday during the day when it was announced that the club had traded forward Alex Christopoulos and defenceman Rodwin Dionicio to the Saginaw Spirit in exchange for forward Valentin Zhugin, defenceman Roberto Mancini, and picks. 

Both teams each had 36 shots on goal.

In the first period on Thursday, Owen Sound was quick on the attack with a goal less than one minute into play. The Attack scored another. 

Windsor's Liam Greentree found the back of the net for a Spitfires goal. Owen Sound scored another with a 3-1 lead. 

Spitfires' Noah Morneau scored another for Windsor. The Attack scored four more, leading 7-2. 

Windsor's Adrian Manzo scored another goal for the Spits. Owen Sound ended off the period with another goal, leading 8-3. 

In the second, Owen Sound scored another on a powerplay. The Attack hit double-digit's with two more goals in the period, leading 11-3. 

And in the third and final period, the Attack had the lone goal of the period, winning the game 12-3. 

The Spitfires will now travel to Kitchener where they will take on the Rangers Friday evening. 

Overall the Rangers are leading in the league with a 14-5-0-0 record, while Windsor still sits in last place with a 4-13-1-0 record. 

Puck drop is set for 7 p.m., with the AM800 pre-game show with Steve Bell getting underway at 6:45 p.m.