OHL: Windsor Spitfiress stories, OurHometown.ca http://www.ourhometown.ca//windsor/sports/windsorspitfires/ The Windsor Spitfires play in the Ontario Hockey League. Windsor Spitfires issue statement on 2014 Memorial Cup going to Londonhttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0105.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0105.phpThe right to host the 2014 MasterCard Memorial Cup has been awarded to London. Congratulations to the Knights. The Windsor Spitfires organization believes it made a bid worthy of hosting the event. Our fan base, city and region, although disappointed with the decision of the site selection committee, should be very proud of the efforts put forward by our bid committee. Tue, 14 May 2013 09:23:27 +0000Windsor Spitfires load up at OHL Drafthttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0104.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0104.phpWith their first pick, #35 overall in the 2nd round of yesterday's OHL Priority Selection, the Windsor Spitfires elected Ryan Moore from the Detroit Belle Tire Minor Midgets. Moore is a 5'8, 150-pound centre that put up 24 goals and 24 assists and 54 penalty minutes in 36 games played in 2012-2013. Sun, 07 Apr 2013 20:20:20 +0000Spits big line, Pavelka shine in win over Greyhoundshttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0103.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0103.phpThe trio of Kerby Rychel, Alex Aleardi and Alexander Khokhlachev combined for eight points and Jaroslav Pavelka made 38 saves as the Windsor Spitfires kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 7-4 win over the Soo Greyhounds Thursday night in front of 5,341 at the WFCU Centre. Fri, 08 Mar 2013 07:06:56 +0000Three goal third lifts Knights over Spitshttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0102.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0102.phpAlex Broadhurst scored the winning goal at 1:06 of the third period, as the London Knights topped the Windsor Spitfires 5-2 on Thursday night in front of 5,719 at the WFCU Centre. Ryan Rupert scored twice for London (44-12-2-2), while Max Domi and Bo Horvat added singles. Thu, 28 Feb 2013 22:37:28 +0000It's the worst feeling you can imagine in sports - Spits lose to Stinghttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/RBW0003.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/RBW0003.phpIt'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. Sat, 16 Feb 2013 08:44:33 +0000Spitfires, 67s game cancelled due to weatherhttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0101.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0101.phpCFRA radio in Ottawa is reporting that tonights Ontario Hockey League game between the Ottawa 67s and the Windsor Spitfires has been cancelled due to inclement weather. It is reported that the Spits cannot get to Ottawa due to the poor weather conditions. The game will be re-scheduled to Saturday night at 7:30 pm. Fri, 08 Feb 2013 15:39:05 +0000Dekort, Rychel shine in Spits improbable win over Stormhttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0100.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0100.phpJordan DeKort made 46 saves and Kerby Rychel had a pair of goals, including the winner, as the Windsor Spitfires dumped the Guelph Storm by a 3-1 final at the Sleeman Centre in Guelph on Friday night. Combined with a Peterborough win in Saginaw, the victory moved Windsor (21-22-1-6) within four points of the Spirit for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. Sat, 02 Feb 2013 09:20:02 +0000Suspect all season, the Spitfires D is now just M.I.A.http://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/RBW0002.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/RBW0002.phpThe 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. Thu, 31 Jan 2013 23:20:58 +0000Massacre at the WFCU Centre - Spits fall 8-2 to Plymouthhttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/RBW0001.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/RBW0001.phpIt 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. Thu, 24 Jan 2013 22:07:55 +0000Spitfires rally from down two goals three times to defeat Stinghttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0099.phphttp://www.ourhometown.ca/sports/WS0099.phpThe 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. Sun, 20 Jan 2013 19:30:59 +0000