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Spits hanging on the Western Conference lead

Updated: Mar 21

The Windsor Spitfires gave away two valuable points Saturday night in an 8-2 loss in the Soo.

Highlights: Ontario Hockey League – Official Site of the Ontario Hockey League

Source: Windsor Spitfires

The loss creates a little more drama heading into the final week of the regular season. Windsor leads the Western Conference with 90 points. London lost to Flint Saturday night leaving them two points behind. Things get interesting because the red-hot Sarnia Sting are within striking distance.

The Sting have 85 points with a game in hand on Windsor and London. Nolan Burke scored his 50th goal of the season Saturday night in Sarnia's 4-3 win over Kingston extending their streak to 15 games without a loss in regulation.

They have a back-to-back with Owen Sound (7th in the west) before closing out the season with Erie (last in the west) and Niagara (last in the east).

London has a back-to-back against Windsor Friday and Saturday before hosting Kitchener in their regular season finale Sunday.

Windsor hosts Guelph Wednesday before their 2-game tilt against London.

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