OHL Windsor Spitfires lose to Hamilton Bulldogs in game 7

The Windsor Spitfires are back in the OHL playoffs for the first time since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Spitfires are in the Ontario Hockey League’s Championship Series for the first time since the 2009-2010 season. If they beat the Hamilton Bulldogs, they head to the 102nd Memorial Cup championship, which runs June 20-29 in Saint John, NB

Fourth Round – Game 7

The Windsor Spitfires will not be moving on to the Memorial Cup tournament at Saint John, New Brunswick. The Spits fell 6-1 to Hamilton in Game 7 of the OHL championship series. Windsor’s lone goal was scored by Alex Christopoulos in the third period. Avery Hayes had the game-winning goal for the Bulldogs.

Fourth Round – Game 6

Windsor forced a Game 7 with a 5-2 win over Hamilton on Monday night. Michael Renwick scored the game winner for the Pits with assists from Will Cuylle and Wyatt Johnson.

Fourth Round—Game 5

The Bulldogs took a 3-2 series lead with a 3-2 win over the Spitfires at Hamilton. Wyatt Johnston and Ryan Abraham had goals for the Spitfires.

Fourth Round—Game 4

The Spitfires lost the fourth game in the series 3-2 in overtime. Josh Currie and Will Cuylle scored for the Spits. The Bulldogs tied the series 2-2.

Fourth Round – Game 3

Wyatt Johnston and Alex Christopoulos both scored two goals as the Spitfires beat the Bulldogs -3 in Game 3. The Spits moved ahead in the series 2-1.

Fourth Round – Game 2

Windsor lost Game 2 in Hamilton 5-4 on Sunday afternoon. The series is tied 1-1. Matthew Maggio had two goals and an assist for the Spitfires.

Fourth Round – Game 1

The Windsor Spitfires defeated the Hamilton Bulldogs 4-3 in overtime Friday night in the first game of the OHL Championships. Windsor currently leads the series 1-0.

Captain Cuylle scored two goals, Peer scored one, and Renwick scored the winning goal in overtime.

Fourth Round Schedule

  • Game 1, Fri. June 3, Windsor 4, Hamilton 3

  • Game 2, Sun. June 5, Windsor 4, Hamilton 5

  • Game 3, Mon. June 6, Windsor 6, Hamilton 3

  • Game 4, Fri. June 10, Windsor 2 , Hamilton 3

  • Game 5, Sun. June 12, Windsor, 2, Hamilton 3

  • Game 6, Mon. June 13, Windsor 5, Hamilton 2

  • Game 7, Wed. June 15 Windsor 1, Hamilton 6

Third Round—Game 7

Windsor beat the Flint Firebirds 4-0 in Game 7 of the Western Conference final on Wednesday night.

Spitfires’ Daniel D’Amico had three goals for the hat trick and Xavier Medina got the shutout in net.

Third Round—Game 6

The Spitfires forced a Game 7 with aa 3-2 overtime win on Wednesday. Daniel D’Amico scored two goals in regular play before Andrew Perrott scored the game-winner in OT.

Third Round – Game 5

The Firebirds took a 3-2 series lead with a 4-3 win on Sunday. Wyatt Johnston, Alex Christopoulos and Will Cuylle scored for the Spitfires.

Third Round – Game 4

The Spitfires won 4-2 in Game 4 to even up the Western Conference championship series. Daniel D’Amico scored the game-winning goal in the first period as the Spitfires held on for the victory. Windsor outshot Flint 38-30.

Third round – Game 3

The Spitfires lost 6-3 to the Firebirds on Wednesday night. Flint leads the series 2-1.

Overall shots in the game were 45-40 for Flint. The Firebirds also went 1-for-3 on the power play while the Spitfires went 0-for-4.

Third Round – Game 2

Windsor evened the series 1-1 with a 7-2 win over the Firebirds on Monday. Matthew Maggio scored three goals for the Spits. Windsor had a 45-39 shot advantage.

Third round—Game 1

The Windsor Spitfires fell short in the first game of the OHL Western Conference Finals, losing 4-3 against the Flint Firebirds after the Firebirds scored three goals in the second period.

Game two is scheduled for Monday at Windsor.

Third round schedule:

  • Game 1, Sat. May 21, Windsor 3, Flint 4

  • Game 2, Mon., May 23, Windsor 7, Flint 2

  • Game 3, Wed., May 25, Windsor 3, Flint

  • Game 4, Fri., May 27, Windsor 4, Flint 2

  • Game 5, Sun., May 29, Windsor 2, Flint 3

  • Game 6, Tues., May 31, Windsor 3, Flint 2

  • Game 7, Wed., June 1 at Windsor, 7:05pm*

Second Round Results:

  • Game 1, Sat., May 7, Windsor 6, Kitchener 5

  • Game 2, Sun., May 8, Windsor 2, Kitchener 4

  • Game 3, Tues., May, Windsor 6, Kitchener 2

  • Game 4, Thurs., May 12, Windsor 6, Kitchener 3

  • Game 5, Sat., May 14 Windsor 3, Kitchener 2

Second Round – Game 5

The Windsor Spitfires are moving on to the third round of the OHL playoffs after defeating the Kitchener Rangers 3-2 in Game 5.

Andrew Perrott scored the winning goal.

Second Round – Game 4

The Spitfires rebounded to beat the Rangers 6-3 in Game 4 on Thursday. Windsor has a 3-1 series lead in the best-of-seven series.

Wyatt Johnston and Alex Christopoulos each had two goals and two assists in the win, while captain Will Cuylle had three assists.

Windsor outshot Kitchener 44-24.

Second round – Game 3

The Spitfires beat the Rangers 6-2 to take a 2-1 series lead. Wyatt Johnston scored twice for the Spits. Windsor outshot Kitchener 47-29.

Second Round – Game 2

The Spitfires fell 4-2 to the Rangers on Sunday night, tying the Western Conference semifinal 1-1.

Wyatt Johnston had a goal and an assist.

Jackson Parsons made 37 saves for the Rangers.

Windsor outshot Kitchener 39-31.

Second Round – Game 1

The first game of the series went to the Spitfires 6-5.

Alex Christopoulos scored three goals for Windsor.

First Round Results:

  • Game 1, Thurs., April 21, Windsor 3, Sarnia 0

  • Game 2, Sat., April 23, Windsor 4, Sarnia 1

  • Game 3, Tues., April 26, Windsor 2, Sarnia 5

  • Game 4, Thurs., April 28, Windsor 4, Sarnia 1

  • Game 5, Sat., April 30, Windsor 2, Sarnia 3 OT

  • Game 6, Sun., May 1, Windsor 3, Sarnia 1

game 6

The Spitfires advanced to the second round on Sunday night with a 3-1 win over the Sarnia Sting.

Wyatt Johnston’s goal late in the first period turned out to be the game winner. Forward Jacob Maillet also scored twice.

Goaltender Matt Onuska made 25 saves. Windsor outshot Sarnia 32-26.

game 5

The Sting stayed alive in the series with a 3-2 overtime win on Saturday night. Andrew Perrott and Will Cuylle scored for the Spitfires. Windsor outshot Sarnia 45-23.

game 4

The Spitfires earned a 3-1 series lead with a 4-1 win over the Sting 4-1 in Sarnia on Thursday night.

Will Cuylle scored a goal and added an assist and Wyatt Johnston had a goal.

Spits goalie Mathias Onuska made 24 saves.

game 3

The Sarnia Sting got their first win of the series, 5-2 on Wednesday. The Spitfires still have a 2-1 series lead. Ethan Miedema and Ryan Abraham scored for the Spitfires.

game 2

The Spitfires took a 2-0 series lead with a 4-1 win on home ice on Saturday night. Will Cuylle scored twice, while Daniel D’Amico and Wyatt Johnston also had goals for the Spits. Windsor outshot Sarnia 43-23.

game 1

The Spitfires returned to postseason action on Thursday with a 3-0 win over the Sarnia Sting.

Alex Christopoulos, James Jodoin and Andrew Perrott scored for the Spitfires. Matt Onuska stopped all 11 shots he faced and earned his first career OHL shutout.

The Spits and Sting are back in action on Saturday at the WFCU Centre. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:05pm.

Third Round – Game 5

The Firebirds took a 3-2 series lead with a 4-3 win on Sunday. Wyatt Johnston, Alex Christopoulos and Will Cuylle scored for the Spitfires.

Third Round – Game 5

The Firebirds took a 3-2 series lead with a 4-3 win on Sunday. Wyatt Johnston, Alex Christopoulos and Will Cuylle scored for the Spitfires.

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