History was made Sunday afternoon during the Hockeytown Winter Festival. The first-ever outdoor games in Ontario Hockey League History took place at Comerica Park. In a game delayed by two hours due to weather, the Windsor Spitfires took down the Saginaw Spirit 6-5. It was an intense game as both teams were able to fight back from two-plus goal deficits.
The game was full of penalties and included one bout. Overall, the 25,749 fans in attendance were able to witness an exhilarating hockey game between division foes.
We have video below of post game comments from Josh Ho-Sang & Brady Vail of the Windsor Spitfires as well as head coach Bob Boughner. Vail is a prospect of the Montreal Canadiens and many of you may remember Boughner from his days as a Nashville Predator. All speak of what they experienced at Comerica Park, what they will always remember from it and the big win.
Head coach Bob Boughner: