Spitfires Looking To Bounce Back

Windsor Spitfires' players lean over the bench during a home game, March 6, 2014. (photo by Mike Vlasveld)

It’s now up to the Spitfires to hold their ground on home ice, after dropping games one and two of their first-round playoff series in London.

Windsor Right Winger Ty Bilke’s optimistic about his team’s chances of coming back.

He says they have to be more disciplined, as five of London’s 12 goals through the first two games have come on the powerplay. “And when we do take penalties, we’ve got to find a way to shut them down. I know our PK guys are working hard, but we’ve got to find ways to win. That’s what the playoffs are all about.”

The Spitfires lone win over London this season came on home ice, 4-3, back in October.