Aces On 2-Game Skid

Aces goalkeeper Dmytro Zakharchenko takes matters into his own hands and sends a St George player following the puck past the net on 28 October 2017.Photo by John Skinner.

Aces goalkeeper Dmytro Zakharchenko takes matters into his own hands and sends a St George player following the puck past the net on 28 October 2017.
Photo by John Skinner.

(WINDSOR, ON) – The Windsor Aces dropped two matches over the weekend extending their record to 3-11-0-0. The Aces, however, remain in front of Toronto and London in the bottom of the GMHL South Division.

Saturday night Windsor was edged out 8-6 by the visiting St George Ravens. Cale Phibbs (3), Mark Gangnon (2), and James Brooks accounted for Windsor’s scoring while Dmytro Zakharchenko was credited with the loss between the pipes, stopping 44 of 52 shots.

Mark Gangnon (7) fires a shot from the side boards during a GMHL game in Windsor between the Aces and St George. Gangnon netted 2 goals in a 8-6 loss to the Ravens.Photo by John Skinner.

Mark Gangnon (7) fires a shot from the side boards during a GMHL game in Windsor between the Aces and St George. Gangnon netted 2 goals in a 8-6 loss to the Ravens.
Photo by John Skinner.

The Aces had a short turn-around as they traveled to Kingsville for a Sunday matinee with the Kings. The home side skated to a lopsided 6-0 win with Alex Jones taking the loss after facing 57 shots.

Windsor will host Tottenham on November 4 at Adie Knox Arena with the puck dropping at 7:30pm.

The puck eludes St George goaltender Elio-Emmanuel Noce during a meeting against Windsor on 28 October 2017.Photo by John Skinner.

The puck eludes St George goaltender Elio-Emmanuel Noce during a meeting against Windsor on 28 October 2017.
Photo by John Skinner.

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