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Windsor needs Cundari's overtime winner to overcome the Frontenacs 5-4

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KINGSTON, Ont. - Mark Cundari scored the overtime winner 2:56 into the extra period as the Windsor Spitfires won 5-4 to avoid a major upset at the hands of the Kingston Frontenacs on Sunday afternoon in the Ontario Hockey League.

The victory extends the league-leading Spitfires' win streak to six games. Windsor has only lost once so far this season, when the Barrie Colts beat them 7-2 on October 4th.

Taylor Hall scored twice, while Ryan Ellis and Andrei Loktionov both had a three-point games with a goal and two assists to round out the scoring for the Spitfires (12-1-0-0), who overcame an early 2-0 deficit.

Matthew Kang scored a pair and added an assist, while Peter Stevens and Bobby Mignardi also scored for Kingston (3-6-2-0).

Steve Gleeson made 20 saves for Windsor, while Frontenacs netminder Mavric Parks stopped 40 shots.

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