WINDSOR, Ont. - Brett Findlay scored in overtime and Jack Campbell made 36 saves as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds defeated the Windsor Spitfires 2-1 in Ontario Hockey League action Thursday.
David Quesnele opened the scoring in the game for the Greyhounds (27-30-6) when he tapped home a saucer pass from Corey Durocher on an odd-man rush just over five minutes into the first period.
Michael Clarke tied the game for the Spitfires (27-30-7) with just over nine minutes remaining in the third period when his wrist shot through traffic eluded a screened Jack Campbell in the Greyhounds' net.
Findlay's game-winner came on another odd-man rush when he one-timed a wrist shot after a pass from Colin Miller over the outstretched glove hand of Jaroslav Pavelka in the Windsor net.
Campbell, a first-round pick of the Dallas Stars in 2010, was traded by the Spitfires to the Greyhounds for seven draft picks, a player and a prospect in a blockbuster deal earlier this season.
The Greyhounds moved into a tie for seventh place in the OHL's Western Conference standings.
Pavelka made 30 stops for the Spitfires.