Win Streak Extended To Three For Lancers

Shalapata-Header(WINDSOR, ON) – The Windsor Lancers have taken over 2nd place in the OUA west division with a 4-1 victory over the Western Mustangs at South Windsor Arena on Saturday evening. The domination of the Mustangs extended Windsor’s win streak to 3 after their sixth game of the young season.

Tyson Ness opened the scoring for Windsor at 14:04 of the 1st period, beating Western netminder Luke Peresinni to the blocker side, with helpers to Julian Luciani and Chad Shepley.

After taking the 1-0 lead into the first break, the Lancers doubled their lead when Blake Blondeel set up a snipe from Todd Ratchford. Western cut the lead in half, but before the end of the middle frame Justice Dundas restored the 2-goal cushion as Ratchford picked up his second point of the night.

Luciani put the game out of reach with a power play marker, from Chris Scott and Dylan Seguin.

Blake Richard gets his blocker on a shot from a Western player as Scott Prier takes care of the front of the net.Photo by John Skinner.

Blake Richard gets his blocker on a shot from a Western player as Scott Prier takes care of the front of the net.
Photo by John Skinner.

Blake Richard earned the win between the pipes for Windsor as he kicked out 33 of 34 shots. A harried Peresinni faced 43 shots from the Blue and Gold.

The Lancers are next in action on October 28 and 29 when they travel to Trois-Rivieres for two against Les Patriotes. On November 4 and 5 the Queen’s Gaels will provide the opposition for Windsor at South Windsor Arena with the puck drop at 7:30pm both nights.


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