Marcantuoni's marker came with Kitchener (6-3-0) enjoying a two-man advantage. It was the third straight game in which the Rangers scored two power-play goals.
Vail's marker came on an unassisted effort just seven seconds into the game, establishing a new Spitfire team record.
The game featured a pair of high-profile netminders as Gibson, the second round pick of the Anaheim Ducks in the 2011 NHL draft, bested Windsor's Jack Campbell, the first round pick of the Dallas Stars in 2010. Campbell made 37 saves.
The win extended the Rangers' winning streak to three games while the loss snapped the Spitfires' three-game win streak.