Gabor's second period goal was the first of the Swedish rookie's OHL career and stood as the winner.
Michael Clarke spoiled Binnington's shutout for Windsor (0-1) with a power-play goal with 3:18 remaining in the third period.
Special teams went a long way in deciding the outcome of the contest. The Attack went 3-for-9 with the man advantage and the Spitfires cashed in on just one of their seven power-play chances.
Jaroslav Pavelka, Windsor's starting netminder, was pulled at the 14:55 mark of the third period after allowing five goals on 34 shots. He was replaced by Jordan Dekort who made two saves in a relief effort.