Kitchener Rangers fail to score on London Knights, Windsor Spitfires
It was a tough weekend for the Kitchener Rangers as they fell to the London Knights and Windsor Spitfires be identical 3-0 scores.
They have now gone more than 125 minutes without putting a puck behind the opposing team’s goalie.
On Sunday, things could have been a lot worse as Lucas Pfeil made 32 saves to keep things close against London.
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The Knights received a boost as Evan Bouchard and Alex Formenton returned to the lineup after stints with NHL clubs.
Bouchard netted the opener for London at the 6:45 of the first period while Formenton closed the scoring with an empty-net goal with 90 seconds to play.
Sergey Popov recorded the other goal for the Knights at the 19:22 mark of the second period.
Windsor Spitfires 3, Kitchener Rangers 0
On Friday, Luke Richardson was between the pipes with Windsor in town.
Curtis Douglas scored just 2:02 in the opening period to put the visitors up. Cody Morgan scored his first of the season at the 10:41 and the Spitfires cruised the rest of the way.
Tyler Angle closed out the scoring for Windsor at 8:01 of the third period.
Windsor goalie Kari Piiroinen made 34 saves to record the win while Richardson stopped just 24 of 27 shots he faced.
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