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Windsor Spitfires

  • Year of foundation: 1975
  • Colours: Blue, White, Red
  • Club status: active
  • Address: WFCU Centre
    8787 McHugh Street
    Windsor, Ontario
    N8S 0A1
  • Phone: +1 519-254-5000
  • Fax: +1 519-254-9257
  • Email: gameday@windsorspitfires.com
  • WWW: Windsor Spitfires

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All time leagues: OHA | OHL | QMJHL | Memorial Cup


Season 2023-2024

Club teams

This club in 2023-2024: OHL

Current rosterseason 2023-2024
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
DRodwin Dionicio30.03.2004187 cm93 kgleft
DJosef Eichler14.12.2005183 cm87 kgright
LWValentin Zhugin13.12.2004180 cm84 kgleft

* no longer in the club

WFCU Centre Windsor

WFCU Centre Windsor logo

Retired numbers
# 9 - Adam Graves
# 15 - Ernie Godden
# 18 - Mickey Renaud
# 23 - Scott Miller
Honoured numbers
# 4 - Marcel Pronovost
# 6 - Joel Quenneville
# 11 - Gordon Haidy

The Original Spitfires in the Ontario Hockey Association played Junior A hockey from 1945 to 1953. During this period the Spitfires reached the league finals twice, and featured four future Hockey Hall of Fame players. Prior to 1945 local junior hockey was divided up into the 6-team Windsor Junior Hockey League. The folding of the Spitfires occurred in 1953 as hockey interests in Windsor chose to focus their attention on the OHA Senior A Hockey League. This resulted in the founding of the Windsor Bulldogs. Eventually five former Spitfires laced up with the Bulldogs and one, Bobby Brown, won an Allan Cup with the team (1963). The Bulldogs folded in 1964 after one season in the International Hockey League.
The modern Windsor Spitfires started as a Junior A team which played in the Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League from 1971-1975. The Spitfires won the 1973 Jack Oakes Trophy as league playoff champions and were regular season champions in 1974 and 1975, and were granted entry into the OMJHL (later known as the OHL) as an expansion franchise for the 1975-76 OMJHL season, after a 22 year hiatus.
The "Spits" as they are commonly known, won their first Emms division title in 1980 and reached the OHL finals, but lost to the Peterborough Petes. In 1984 Peter Karmanos, the founder and CEO of Compuware, bought the team and renamed them the Windsor Compuware Spitfires.
Karmanos sold the team to local construction magnate Steve Riolo after the 1988-89 season, and the team reverted back the Windsor Spitfires name and adopted their modern logo.

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Windsor Spitfires participates in season 2023-2024: OHL


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