Photo gallery: Windsor Spitfire fans celebrate 9-1 victory in Memorial Cup final

 

Have a look at Windsor Spitfire fans during and after Sunday night's resounding 9-1 win over the Brandon Wheat Kings in the Memorial Cup final, the Spitfires' second consecutive Cup win.

 
 
 
 
<div id="page1">Windsor Spitfire fans threw an impromptu parade on Ouellette Ave. immediately following the team's Memorial Cup championship Sunday.   Kelly Cartier whooped it up along with hundreds of other fans.</div>
 

Windsor Spitfire fans threw an impromptu parade on Ouellette Ave. immediately following the team's Memorial Cup championship Sunday. Kelly Cartier whooped it up along with hundreds of other fans.

Photograph by: Scott Webster , The Windsor Star

 
<div id="page1">Windsor Spitfire fans threw an impromptu parade on Ouellette Ave. immediately following the team's Memorial Cup championship Sunday.   Kelly Cartier whooped it up along with hundreds of other fans.</div>
Windsor Spitfire fans threw an impromptu parade on Ouellette Ave. immediately following the team's Memorial Cup championship Sunday.
Windsor Spitfire fans threw an impromptu parade on Ouellette Ave. immediately following the team's Memorial Cup championship Sunday.
Windsor Spitfire fans Ewan Slawik, (L) breaks out in tears while celebrating  a Windsor Spitfire goal along with his son Nathan during the Memorial Cup Sunday.  About 220 Spitfire fans crowded into the Fogolar Furlan Club to watch the game on the large screen.
Windsor Spitfire fans Kerry Brinkman (L), his son Eric and wife Anne celebrate a Windsor Spitfire goal en route to winning the Memorial Cup in Brandon Manitoba Sunday.  About 220 Spitfire fans crowded into the Fogolar Furlan Club to watch the game on the large screen.
Windsor Spitfire fans whoop it up during the Memorial Cup hockey game against the Brandon Wheat Kings Sunday.  Shawn St. Pierre (L), Lindsay Lebert and Justin St. Pierre joined 220 other fans at the Fogolar Furlan Club.
Windsor Spitfire fans took to the street following the teams' thrashing of the Brandon Wheat Kings Sunday night.  Kyle Reid danced on Ouellette Ave. celebrating the Spitfire's Memorial Cup championship.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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