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Adam Henrique scores two for Windsor on emotional night for Spitfires @NHLdotcom

Adam Henrique paid tribute to former Spitfires captain Mickey Renaud the best way he could on Thursday night.

Henrique scored his 32nd and 33rd goals of the season and Philipp Grubauer made 28 saves as Windsor defeated the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors 5-1 in Ontario Hockey League play.

The game was played on the two-year anniversary of Renaud's death. He collapsed and died at his home in Tecumseh, Ont., on Feb. 18, 2008, as a result of a rare heart condition.

Prior to the start of the game, the Spitfires paid tribute to Renaud with a video presentation.

Mark and Jane Renaud also presented the scholarships granted in their son's name during an on-ice ceremony before the opening faceoff.

The Western Conference-leading Spitfires (45-9-5) led 2-1 after the first period on goals by Justin Shugg and Kenny Ryan, while the Majors' Jordan Mayer replied with his 25th goal of the season.

Elsewhere in the OHL it was: Ottawa 6 Peterborough 4; Niagara 4 Brampton 3; Barrie 6 Oshawa 4; and Owen Sound 3 Saginaw 1.

At Windsor, Ont., the Spitfires scored three unanswered goals in the game's final two periods, including Henrique's pair and another by Greg Nemisz.

Taylor Hall, the top-rated prospect for the 2010 NHL Draft, chipped in with three assists, while Ryan Ellis added two of his own.

Chris Carozzi was stellar for the Majors (37-14-6), making 50 saves in a losing effort.

67's 6 Petes 4

At Peterborough, Ont., Cody Lindsay scored twice and Petr Mrazek made 32 saves to lift Ottawa over the Petes.

Shane Prince opened the scoring nine minutes into the first period. Travis Gibbons, Thomas Nesbitt and Marc Zanetti also had goals for Ottawa (30-21-7).

Matt Puempel, Brett Theberge and Liam Heelis replied for the Petes (25-30-3).

Jason Missiaen turned away 29 shots for Peterborough.


IceDogs 4 Battalion 3

At St. Catharines, Ont., Andrew Agozzino scored the tying and game-winning goals, and Mark Visentin made 33 saves as Niagara topped Brampton.

Johnson Andrews and Ryan Strome had the other goals for Niagara (21-29-7).

Alex Friesen had three assists, while Freddie Hamilton and Dougie Hamilton each added two of their own.

Sean Jones scored twice and added an assist for Brampton (21-24-12). Cody Hodgson had the other goal, to go along with two assists.

Patrick Killeen made 29 saves in defeat for the Battalion.


Colts 6 Generals 4

At Barrie, Ont., Alexander Burmistrov had two goals and an assist to help the Colts down Oshawa.

Luke Pither opened the scoring for Barrie early in the first period. Kyle Clifford, Taylor Carnevale and Stefan Della Rovere also had goals for the Colts (46-8-2).

John Padulo, Andy Andreoff and Christian Thomas replied for the Generals (21-31-5).

Barrie's Mavric Parks turned away 28 shots, while Michael Zador made 49 saves in defeat for Oshawa.


Attack 3 Spirit 1

At Saginaw, Mich., Garrett Wilson scored twice as Owen Sound beat the Spirit.

Wilson scored both of his goals in the first period. Milan Doczy added an insurance goal in the second, while Steven Shipley had a pair of assists for the Attack (27-27-6).

Josh Shalla had the lone goal for Saginaw (28-24-6).

Scott Stajcer made 23 saves for Owen Sound, while Tadeas Galansky stopped 43 shots in defeat for the Spirit.

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