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Wyatt Johnston commits to Spitfires
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Wyatt Johnston commits to Spitfires
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Windsor Spitfires

Windsor - Jun. 18, 2019: General Manager Warren Rychel is pleased to announce the Spitfires have received a commitment from 2019 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection first-round pick Wyatt Johnston. FULL STORY



Team Statement: Update on future Spitfire ownership
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Team Statement: Update on future Spitfire ownership
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Windsor Spitfires

Windsor - May. 31, 2019: In continuation of our efforts to be open with our fans, the Windsor Spitfires would like to issue an update on our most recent announcement addressing the potential sale of the Club. As a result, we have determined that Cypher Systems Group (CSG) will take both a controlling interest in the Club, as well as a more participatory role in its operation. FULL STORY



2019 pick Jodoin commits to Spitfires
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2019 pick Jodoin commits to Spitfires
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Windsor Spitfires

Windsor - May. 17, 2019: General Manager Warren Rychel is pleased to announce that defenceman James Jodoin (JOH doo uhn) has agreed to terms on a standard Ontario Hockey League player and education package with the club. FULL STORY



A look back at the history of the Memorial Cup
A look back at the history of the Memorial Cup
Tim Cornett
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Windsor - May. 14, 2019: Charlie Conacher. Guy Lafleur. Gilbert Perrault. Dale Hawerchuk. Doug Gilmour. What do these legends of hockey all have in common? If you answered that they are all honoured members of the Hockey Hall of Fame you’re right. But they have something else in common. They are all winners of junior hockey’s greatest and most elusive prize - The Memorial Cup. FULL STORY



Memorial Cup Memories - Great new series on HockeyDocs
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Memorial Cup Memories - Great new series on HockeyDocs
Chris Savard
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Stoney Point - May. 12, 2019: As a kid, I grew up as a huge Cornwall Royals fan. I was too young to remember their 1972 Memorial Cup victory with the likes of Bob Murray, John Wensink, Al Sims, Blair MacDonald and Richard Brodeur. However, I fondly remember their back to back cups in 1980 and 1981 with star studded lineups that included Dan Daoust, Dale Hawerchuk, Doug Gilmour, Scott Arniel, Dave Ezard and others! FULL STORY



Spitfires select three players in OHL U-18 Draft
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Spitfires select three players in OHL U-18 Draft
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Windsor Spitfires

Windsor - Apr. 13, 2019: With the fifth overall pick in the 2019 Ontario Hockey League Under- 18 Priority Selection, Windsor Spitfires general manager Warren Rychel has chosen Aydin Parekh. FULL STORY



Medina agrees to join Windsor Spitfires
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Medina agrees to join Windsor Spitfires
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Windsor - Apr. 12, 2019: Goaltender Xavier Medina has agreed to a standard Ontario Hockey League Player and Education Package, general manager Warren Rychel has announced. Medina, 17, was the club's 3rd round selection (#59 overall) in the 2018 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection. FULL STORY



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Spitfires confirm that the team is potentially for sale
Spitfires confirm that the team is potentially for sale
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Windsor - Apr. 9, 2019: We can confirm that there are currently ongoing discussions related to the potential sale of the Windsor Spitfires, which will ultimately be subject to Ontario Hockey League (OHL) approval. It is expected that the team will remain in Windsor and that the hockey and administrative departments will remain intact. FULL STORY



SNAPSHOT - Spits fall to Knights, swept out of Playoffs
SNAPSHOT - Spits fall to Knights, swept out of Playoffs
Windsor - Mar. 29, 2019: The Windsor Spitfires competed hard on Thursday night in front of 2,889 fans at the WFCU Centre, but ultimately fell to the London Knights. London completed the four game sweep of the Spits, thus ending the season for Windsor. Tyler Angle and Connor Corcoran scored for Windsor, while Adam Boqvist (2), William Lochead, Kevin Hancock and Billy Moskal scored for London. FULL STORY



SNAPSHOT - Spits lose in SO to Flint, gain valuable point
SNAPSHOT - Spits lose in SO to Flint, gain valuable point
Stoney Point - Mar. 15, 2019: By early in the second period the Windsor Spitfires found themselves down 3-0 to the Flint Firebirds. The Spits rallied to tie the game in the third but lost in the shootout on a goal by former Spit Cody Morgan. FULL STORY



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