Owen Sound leads series 2-1
It was a game that went back and forth for two periods before Owen Sound took control and took a 2-1 lead in the best of seven conference final.
The Attack would get on the board first when Andrew Shaw scored his sixth of the playoffs with the assist going to Mike Halmo. However, Windsor would tie it up with a short handed goal at 9:44. Craig Duininck would get his first from Saverio Posa and Taylor Carnevale.
Owen Sound would regain the lead when Halmo scored his first from Shaw and Geoffrey Schemitsch. The period would end with the Attack up 2-1 and having outshot the Spits 9-6.
Jeff Brown would tie it at two when he scored his fifth at 1:14 of the middle frame. Ryan Ellis and Posa would assist. Owen Sound would retake the lead once again at 3:25 when Liam Heelis scored his fifth of the playoffs from Jesse Blacker.
But just 1:21 later, Zack MacQueen would score his first from Zach Kassian and Adrian Robertson on the powerplay to even it up once again. The period would once again end in a tie and Owen Sound outshooting Windsor 15-8.
Windsor would take their first lead 4:17 into the third when Alex Khokhlachev scored his eighth from Tom Kuhnhackl and Posa. That lead would hold up until 15:27 when Garrett Wilson scored his sixth from Joey Hishon and Matt Stanisz on the powerplay.
Owen Sound would take the lead once again, and again on the powerplay, with the exact same trio providing the same official scoring on the play.
Robby Mignardi would seal it with an empty netter with 18 seconds remaining from Blacker and Wilson. It was Mignardi's 8th of the playoffs.
Game 4 goes back in Windsor on Monday.