WINDSOR, Ont. - Eric Wellwood and Taylor Hall both scored a pair of goals as the Windsor Spitfires hammered the Owen Sound Attack 6-1 to take a 3-0 stranglehold on their Ontario Hockey League Western Conference quarter-final series.
Andre Engelage made 29 saves to pick up his second win of the series.
Engelage, who set an OHL record with 46 wins in a single season, made his return to the Windsor net after allowing three goals on Owen Sound's first three shots being pulled in game two after.
Wellwood continued his torrid scoring pace of late by notching Windsor's first two goals of the game. Dale Mitchell also scored in the opening 20 minutes for the Spitfires, who lead 3-1 after the first period.
David Lomas replied for the Attack.
Hall notched his fifth and sixth goals of the series in the second period and former Attack Lane MacDermid also scored for Windsor.
Mitchell and Scott Timmins both chipped in with a pair of assists for the Spitfires, who fired 53 shots at Owen Sound netminder Scott Stajcer. The Spitfires have had 178 shots over the first three games of the series, which continues Wednesday night in Owen Sound.