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Andre Yogan and Michal Neuvirth lead the Spitfires past the Wolves @NHLdotcom

WINDSOR, Ont. - Rookie Andrew Yogan scored two goals and netminder Michal Neuvirth stopped 35 shots as the Windsor Spitfires jumped to a three goal lead in the first period and cruised to a 5-1 win over the Sudbury Wolves.

Matt Bragg, Josh Bailey and Ryan Ellis all scored before the game was 20 minutes old as the Spitfires (16-5-1-3) jumped all over the Wolves (7-19-0-0), who were playing their third road game in three days.

Kevin Baker scored the lone Sudbury goal with just over a minute remaining in the game to end Neuvirth's shtout bid.

The game featured the two starting netminder's from last spring's OHL Championship series as Sebastien Dahm faced 50 Windsor shots and Neuvirth, who played last season for the Plymouth Whalers before being acquired in a trade two weeks ago.

The win extended Windsor's winning streak to six games while the loss was Sudbury's fifth straight. The teams play a return match in Sudbury next Sunday.

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