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Engelage Sets Record for Most Wins in a Season

Andrew Engelage of the Windsor Spitfires set a new record for most wins in a single season with 46 when he backstopped the Spits to a 5-1 win over the Plymouth Whalers Thursday night.  Engelage was named first star of the game for making 23 saves.  The previous record of 45 wins was set by Steve Mason in the 2006-07 season with the London Knights.  On March 6, in a win over the same Plymouth Whalers, Engelage won game number 45 on the season which tied Mason and put him ahead of Adam Dennis who accomplished the mark of 44 in 2005-06 with the London Knights.

Engelage, a 20-year-old from Oshawa, ON, has an outstanding record of 46-4-0-1 this season with five shutouts.

 

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