Find great deals on eBay for windsor spitfires and windsor spitfires jersey. Windsor Spitfires Jerseys for sale, the high quality of Customize Windsor Spitfires Hockey Jerseys for mens/womens/kids,no tax, after-sale service, fast shipping and safe payment. CHL on Sportsnet host Rob Faulds chats 1-on-1 with Adam Henrique about winning back-to-back Memorial Cup titles with the Windsor Spitfires in 2009 and 2010. At a press event held today at the WFCU Centre, the Windsor Spitfires introduced a new primary logo and new team uniforms.
The game wear on this size 46 sweater consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, board paint transfer, un-repaired burn holes and trauma and inner pilling. The Spitfires briefly used a third jersey featuring a white, red and green colour scheme and an alternate logo featuring an airplane flying in front of the Ambassador Bridge. Couple that with our upcoming move to the WFCU Centre, and we felt it was a perfect time to celebrate all that with an exciting, re-energized new look.”At a press event held today at the WFCU Centre, the Windsor Spitfires introduced a new primary logo and new team uniforms. On May 2, 2016, the Canadian Hockey League announced the Spitfires would host the 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup from May 18-28, 2017.When Karmanos sold the team to Steve Riolo after the 1988–89 season, the team reverted back to the Windsor Spitfires name and adopted a new logo and new colours.The franchise began an historic run during that 2008-2009 season, winning the first of back-to-back Ontario Hockey League Championships and MasterCard Memorial Cup titles – feats duplicated in the 2009-2010 season, as the club won another OHL title before winning its second-consecutive MasterCard Memorial Cup title in Brandon, Manitoba.In 1975, the team was granted entry as an expansion franchise in the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League (OMJHL), which later became the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). $ Currency € Euro ... Detroit Compuware Ambassadors When Karmanos sold the team to Steve Riolo after the 1988–89 season, the team reverted back to the Windsor Spitfires name and adopted a new … Both the primary logo and shoulder patch designs were collaborations by Marcello Fontana and Shane Potvin, both senior art directors at Hargreaves Stewart.“We think the Spitfires’ new look is a creative and modern design, and a strong reflection of the Spitfires brand identity,” said Peter Dobrich, Governor and Treasurer of the Spitfires. “Four different logo designs were developed and this was by far considered to be the strongest. When Karmanos sold the team to Steve Riolo after the 1988–89 season, the team reverted back to the Windsor Spitfires name and … The Spitfires retired his #9 in 1998 and, as Graves enjoyed a long NHL career, his OHL jersey rests proudly above the rafters in the WFCU Centre. O’Rear spent his first season of junior hockey with Laval in the QMJHL. The Spits won their first-ever major junior game on October 2, 1975 in dramatic fashion, rallying from a six-goal deficit to beat the Sudbury Wolves 11-10.On December 11, 2008, a new sports-entertainment facility known as The WFCU Centre opened northeast of the intersection of Tecumseh and Lauzon Roads, effectively replacing the 84-year-old Windsor Arena.After a 17-year hiatus from junior hockey, the modern-day Spits began operations in 1971, playing four years in the Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League.Peter Karmanos (founder and CEO of Compuware) bought the team in 1984 and renamed it the Windsor Compuware Spitfires.On May 9, 2013, John Savage, Stephen Savage and Brian Schwab, owners of Cypher Systems Group, were introduced as new members of the club’s ownership group, as Dobrich sold his share of the franchise.On April 6, 2006, the Ontario Hockey League Board of Governors announced the approval of a new ownership group; with Bob Boughner assuming the roles of President, CEO and Head Coach of the Spitfires, Warren Rychel was named Vice-President and General Manager, with Peter Dobrich serving as the club’s Governor.The original Windsor Spitfires played in the Ontario Hockey Association from 1945-1953.The Compuware Spitfires played in the 1988 Memorial Cup in Chicoutimi, Quebec, losing the championship game to the Medicine Hat Tigers.Thanks to months of planning and hard work, the event was a huge success, both on an off the ice.