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The Windsor Spitfires overcome Thursday's upset to beat the Spirit 4-2

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SAGINAW, Mich. - The Windsor Spitfires rebounded from a shocking loss at home to the Kitchener Rangers, beating the Saginaw Spirit for the second time this week, 4-2 on Friday night in the Ontario Hockey League.

Greg Nemisz scored twice, Mark Cundari had a goal and an assist and Adam Henrique added two assists to lead the Spitfires' attack.

Nemisz got things going, scoring the first two goals of the game at 1:20 and on the power play at 7:15 to stake Windsor (29-5-0-1) to a 2-0 lead after one period of play. Harry Young's goal at 11:59 of the second period increased the lead to 3-0.

Kain Allicock scored Saginaw's first goal on the power play and John Kavanagh's goal shortly after cut the deficit to one after two periods. The Spitfires scored the only goal of the third period to seal the victory.

Andrew Engelage stopped 27 shots for Windsor, while who out shot Saginaw (20-11-0-2) netminder Edward Pasquale made 35 saves.

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