Mathew MacDougall provides a much needed support for the Windsor Spitfires' attack.
18-year-old MacDougall, before a crowd of 4,165 in the WFCU Center, expanded the scoring series in three matches on Saturday to help Spitfires win a 6-3 win over Flint Firebirds.
Hiss I think I felt a little more relaxed than hitting the pack, I guess, ett MacDougall said, earning five points in the last four games. . I went to a bit of drought (seven games without targets) and the only way out was to try to hit the disc.
”I joined games with intelligence and tried to find too many numbers on the Internet and they would start working and they have been working so far.“
A day after losing to the worst-breaking Flint in the Ontario Hockey League, the Spitfires have worked for a returning effort, but have made two early penalties, allowing Firebir to score a power game goal by Eric. took Uba.
. The way in which the game started was a nightmare for us, kab said Spitfires head coach Trevor Letowski.
Unlike Friday's loss, Spitfires was able to score with MacDougall on Saturday, even at the end of the first period.
Orum I think a lot of players have been waiting to do this, and that was trying to get a few more points from my goals, because if I play well and score, I'm as helpful as my team. M It's possible, ”MacDougall said.
The game goes back and forth with six goals in the second period. Uba's second goal was to place 2-1 of Flint, but the Spitfires were expected to lead 3-2 from rookie Will Cuylle and defender Connor Corcoran. Ryan Bangs, two times after MacDougall Spitfires to score two goals in a Spitfires Spitfires a Cole Purboo 4-3 'to throw the goal of Luke Kutkevicius & # 39; The last time before helping, he tied to Flint.
Şimdi Now there are suddenly seven goals in 25 games and close to 20 maç, according to MacDougall, “said Letowski. “We are happy with him. I thought you played well and scored a big goal again. "
Second-year defender Louka Henault scored his first Ontario Hockey League goal to close scoring in the third period.
Letowsksi, "we had a few meetings (Saturday), but the hockey game, you never know," he said. Iz It was important to continue playing, play for 60 minutes and play the right way, and hopefully, at the end of the day, it was rewarded. It wouldn't be a smooth ride and not sure enough. "
For the second time in a week, Spitfires lost a center disability.
Chris Playfair entered the concussion protocol in the third period after shooting with a stick from Flint Riley McCourt.
Windsor, the highest-ranking man in Playfair, lost blood from the mouth and lost a tooth from a collision in which no penalty was called.
Last Saturday, when Spitfires was controlled from behind in a game he played against Saginaw, Tyler lost Angle to knee injuries.
Luke Kutkevicius, the center of leverage, took a goal in 200 and received his help on Saturday.pearl OHL game.
Indaki It was good, Kut said Kutkevicius, 20, who played in the second round in 2014 by Mississauga. Ver Get lucky from the game of chance, but give one to Purbs (Purboo) and bury it. he said, ici Kutkevicius.
Spitfires 6 Firebirds 3
Flint 1 2 0 – 3
Windsor 1 4 1 – 6
First period: 1. Windsor, Uba 8 (Kolyachonok, Vella) 6:30 (pp), 2. Windsor, MacDougall 7 (Ladd, Frasca) 9:30. Blackouts: Cuylle W (too many men) 5:08, Ladd W (hooking) 5:41.
Second term: 3. Flint, Uba 9 (Phibbs): 14, 4. Windsor, Cuylle 6 (Allen) 4:31, 5. Windsor, Corcoran 5 (unaided) 6:04, 6. Flint, Bangs 1 (Gordeev, Uba) 9 : 20, 7. Windsor, Kutkevicius 6 (Staios, MacDougall) 15:13 (pp), 8. Blackouts: Gordeev F (rough) 6:39, Durham F (dashes) 6:49, Douglas W (rough) 9:59, McCourt F (delay of the game) 13:22, MacDougall W (too many men) 17:20.
Third period: 9. Windsor, Henault 1 (Douglas) 12:57. Blackouts: Allen W (holding) 2:03, Henault W (roughing) 15:42.
Game statistics – SOG – Flint 13 9 7 – 29 Windsor 8 13 12 – 33 Target (beats) – Flint: Vella (L, 1-13-0-0) (33-27). Windsor: DiPietro (W, 9-6-0-1) (29-26). Power game (goal-luck) – Flint 1-6. Windsor 1-3. referees: Craig Dease (38) and Brett Montsion (11). line judge: Kyle Neuber (82) and Geoff Rutherford (62). att: WFCU Center 4,165.