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Guelph Storm doubled by Soo Greyhounds

GUELPH – The Guelph Storm surrendered the first three goals of the game in a 4-2 loss to the Soo Greyhounds in Ontario Hockey League play Friday night at the Sleeman Centre.

The Storm netted both of their goals in the third period, the second one coming with nine seconds to play and just less than a minute and a half after Soo’s fourth goal.

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The game was the second of three consecutive home games for the Storm and the first of their three-in-three weekend.

Tye Kartye’s second power-play goal of the game gave Soo a 3-0 lead with 1:46 to go in the second. The visitors had scored with 18 seconds to go in the opening period for the lone goal of that frame.

Cam Allen and Valentin Zhugin connected for the goals for Guelph while assists went to Michael Buchinger, Danny Zhilkin, Ryan McGuire and Cameron Supryka.

Robert Calisti and Cole MacKay also scored for the Greyhounds while Rory Kerins and MacKay each had two assists and Keegan McMullen and Ryan O’Rourke had one apiece.

The Storm outshot the Greyhounds 41-30 thanks to a 19-7 advantage in the third period. While Soo went 2-for-4 on its power play, the Storm was scoreless on their four power plays.

Tucker Tynan had 39 saves for the win in the Soo net while Jacob Oster had 26 saves for the Storm.

The Storm are to complete their weekend with a pair of games against the London Knights as they’re to play Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Sleeman Centre and Sunday at 2 p.m. at London’s Budweiser Gardens.


  • Guelph Sports Journal