By Ian Shalapata
(WINDSOR, ON) – Interrupted only by a 2nd period goal by Waterloo’s Andrew Smith, forward Justice Dundas logged his first CIS hat trick in 8-1 Windsor romp over the Warriors at South Windsor Arena.
Dundas opened the scoring mid-way through the 1st period and then carried on to complete the hat trick by the 18 minute mark of the 2nd frame. Eric Noel then fired home a shot moments before the whistle blew for a 4-1 Windsor lead after two.
The Lancers didn’t let up in the 3rd as they doubled their output to that point with four more tallies. Steve Anthony, Ryan Green, and Dylan Seguin each scored singles before Dundas dropped his fourth of the night at 18:48.
Mike Christou, Tyson Ness, and Kenny Bradford each contributed two helpers with Brett Babkirk, Blake Blondeel, Sebastian Beauregard, Chad Shepley, Dylan Denomme, Scott Prier, Kyle Hope, Green, Noel, and Anthony adding single assists.
Michael Doan backstopped the Lancers for the win as he kicked out 29 of the 30 shots thrown his way.
Windsor will take their 2-0 record on the road to Montreal for a pair against the Concordia Stingers this weekend. The Lancers will return home for a double header as the UOIT Ridgebacks come to town on October 23 and 24. The puck will drop at 7:30 each night.