Bowman goal powers Guelph Storm to win over Sting
SARNIA – Braeden Bowman’s power-play goal in the opening minute of the third period proved to be the winner as the Guelph Storm edged the Sarnia Stings 2-1 in Ontario Hockey League play Friday night at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena.
After a scoreless first period, the teams had scored a goal apiece in the second.
Guelph Storm 2 Sarnia 1
Sasha Pastujov scored an unassisted goal for the Storm’s other goal while Cam Allen picked up an assist on Bowman’s goal.
Nolan Burke tallied for Sarnia with help from Ty Voit.
Despite being outshot 17-8 in the third period, the Storm outshot Sarnia 41-36 in the match.
The Storm went 1-for-5 on their power play while Sarnia was scoreless on four power plays.
Jacob Oster picked up the win in net for Guelph while Anson Thornton was charged with the loss in the Sarnia net.
With the win, the Storm moves to fifth in the Western Conference with a 2-3-1-0 record while Sarnia’s tied for sixth at 1-2-2-0.
Next up for the Storm is a Sunday game against the Kitchener Rangers (5-0-0-0). It’ll be the fourth game between the two teams this young season. Game time at the Sleeman Centre is 2 p.m.
- Guelph Sports Journal