1/30 Recap: Kassian getting debugged; Sutch scratched

Zack Kassian continued to battle a flu bug Sunday as Windsor coughed up a late lead in a 5-4 loss to Kitchener. The 6'3 winger, who started the game at RW with Alexander Khoklachev and Tom Kuhnhackl and later saw saw time at center, made a few nice set-ups, killed penalties, and later drew one after receiving a pass in front of the Rangers net, but did not produce any points for the fourth time in his past five games. Entering the third period with a 4-2 lead, the Spitfires were 17-0 when leading after two before allowing the Rangers three unanswered goals. Windsor (27-16-2-2) returns to action on Thursday when they host Mississauga.

Elsewhere in the OHL, Gregg Sutch was listed as a healthy scratch as Mississauga defeated Sarnia, 7-1. The 6'2 grinder, who returned this weekend for a pair of games after missing the previous eight, was on the receiving end of a stick-brreaking slash from Peterborough goaltender Bryce O'Hagan in the final minute of the Majors' Saturday night win.
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