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Spitfires win two on the road

Through 21 games the Windsor Spitfires had four wins. They released Jerrod Smith as head coach and promoted Casey Torres to bench boss before heading on a three-game eastern swing.

Source: Tim Austen

General Manager Bill Bowler said time would tell if the move was right. So far it's looking favourable. The Spits return home winning two of three following Sunday afternoon's 5-3 over Ottawa. Liam Greentree scored twice and assisted on two others to earn first star.

Windsor opened the trip with a 5-2 win over Peterborough, the best team in the Eastern Conference. They dropped a 6-4 decision Friday before rebounding Sunday. The wins didn't elevate the Spits out of the OHL's cellar but they now share last place in the league with Niagara with 13 points but the IceDogs have two games in hand.

Windsor hits the road two more games starting Thursday night in Barrie. They'll be in Guelph Friday night. The Spits then return to the WFCU Centre on the 7th to take on the Colts in the first of a four-game homestand.

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