Luke Richardson Backstopped Rangers To Victory Over Windsor Spitfires.

By: Kitchener Rangers On Kw Now
| Published 09/30/2018


Richardson Leads Rangers To 4-1 Victory Over Spitfires

Spits Opened Scoring ... But That Was All She Wrote

Windsor, ONTARIO: Luke Richardson with 33 saves backstopped the Kitchener Rangers to a 4-1 victory over the Windsor Spitfires.

The Spits opened the scoring at 13:38 on a cross ice feed deflected by Will Cuylle.

Chase Campbell answered back on the Rangers third shot of the period collecting a rebound while driving to the net at 18:04.

The Spitfires outshot the Rangers 12-3 in the opening frame.

Greg Meireles with his 3rd of the season put the Rangers up 2-1 midway through the second period.

The score remained 2-1 until late in the 3rd when Rickard Hugg scored back to back empty net goals in a 0:22 span to secure the Rangers a 4-1 win.

Rangers rearguard Justin MacPherson had 3 assists on the night. Luke Richardson was named the game’s number one star for the second straight night as the Rangers improve their record to 3-0 to begin the season.

The Rangers return to Kitchener on Friday, October 5 versus the Saginaw Spirit at 7:30pm. The game will celebrate 50 years of Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest through a Commemorative Jersey and Auction as well as game day celebrations including a ceremonial puck drop.

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