Fischer Scores Two To Pound Dogs

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Cristiano DiGiacinto (96) slams home the puck on the power play for Windsor to tie the score at one with Hamilton on 21 February 2016.
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Header-image-Shalapata-2By Ian Shalapata

(WINDSOR, ON) – Residing toward the bottom of the Eastern Conference, the Hamilton Bulldogs made the trek into Windsor yesterday to try their luck against the 2nd place Spitfires. The resulting 6-2 win for Windsor wasn’t what the Dogs were looking for, but it pleased the 5,436 in attendance.

Hamilton opened the scoring with a goal from the stick of Niki Petti at the 5:46 mark. Cristiano DiGiacinto got that back for Windsor, on the power play, at 13:57, and Christian Fischer scored two minutes later to lead the Spitfires into the dressing room.

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Spitfire Christian Fischer (19) tips the puck past Hamilton Bulldog goalkeeper Kaden Fulcher Sunday in Windsor. Fischer had a 2-goal night as the Spitfires won their second in a row against the Bulldogs.
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The 2nd period was much the same Jack Hidi tied the score for the Bulldogs before the halfway points. Bradley Latour put Windsor in front to stay, again on the power play, and Fischer netted his second of the afternoon, with 1:03 left on the clock.

There was no fight left in the Dogs as Hayden McCool and Logan Brown scored in the 3rd period to close out Hamilton’s second straight loss to the Spitfires, after a Saturday defeat in Steel Town by a score of 4-1.

The win leaves Windsor with 72 points, one behind Sarnia for the West Division lead. They will next meet the Barrie Colts at home this Thursday before travelling to Flint on February 27.

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Bradley Latour (63) wins a faceoff against Hamilton Sunday in Windsor. Latour would later go on to score his 21st of the season, en route to a 6-2 Windsor win.
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Hockey operations in Flint have been taken over by the OHL after the contravention of an agreement between the league and Firebirds owner Rolf Nilsen. According to TSN senior hockey reporter Frank Seravalli, Nilsen breached the pact over the last three months resulting in David Branch lowering the hammer and taking over the team last Thursday.

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Ian Shalapata

Ian writes for and provides imagery to Square Media Group as well as accepting freelance photographic assignments. In addition, he has contributed to media organizations, sporting groups, and individuals across North America including the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, Chatham-Kent Sports Network, the Golf Association of Michigan, League 1 Ontario, as well as numerous colleges and universities in Canada and the United States.
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