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Mickey Renaud scores two goals and an assist as Spitfires rebound from three-goal deficit for 5-3 in over Knights. @NHLdotcom

LONDON, Ont. - Mickey Renaud scored twice and added an assist as the Windsor Spitfires had five unanswered goals over the final two periods for a 5-2 win against the London Knights in OHL action Friday.

Trailing 3-0 after the opening period, the Spitfires (3-0-0) roared back on goals by Joshua Bailey, Renaud and Aaron Snow to tie the match by the second intermission.

Renaud added a power-play goal with 1:01 left in the third period and Adam Henrique added the clincher into an empty net with 14 seconds remaining.

Justin Taylor, Patrick Maroon and Philip McRae scored for London (0-2-0).

Matt Hackett started in net for the Spitfires and allowed three goals on 14 shots in the opening 20 minutes. Andrew Engelage played after the first intermission and made 11 saves to earn the win.

Stephane Cesar made 39 saves in net for the Knights.

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