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Spitfires top Sting to end weekend
andrew brethauer March 11th, 2012

Windsor, ON -  A three goal third period put the Windsor Spitfires over the Sarnia Sting 7-5 Sunday afternoon in Windsor.

Sarnia had a two goal lead in the first as Charlie Sarault scored on the power play followed by Reid Boucher with his 27th of the year.

Windsor would respond with two of their own as Stephen Alonge and Zac MacQueen tied it at 2-2. Connor Murphy would break the tie before the end of the period with the Sting's second power play goal, scoring his 8th of the year as Sarnia lead 3-2 after the first.

In the second, Windsor would take their first lead of the game after Kerby Rychel and Michael Clarke scored to put Windsor on top 4-3. But the lead would last only 16 seconds as Sarault would pick up his second of the game, tying it at 3-3. Ludvig Rensfeldt would put Sarnia back in front nearing the end of the second, as Sarnia had a 5-4 lead after two.

In the third, Rychel would pick up is second of the game to tie it at 5-5 just 50 seconds into the period. Brady Vail would give Windsor their second lead of the game, and with an empty net Ben Johnson would seal it with a goal to make it a 7-5 final.

Brandon Hope had the start allowed 5 goals on 26 shots before being pulled at the start of the third. JP Anderson allowed one goal on 10 shots.

Sarnia will play their final home game of the season on Wednesday as they host the Saginaw Spirit.


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