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Guy’s the guy for Guelph Storm in win over Erie

GUELPH – Brayden Guy’s goal midway through the third period capped a comeback for the Guelph Storm as they recorded a 4-3 victory over the Erie Otters in Ontario Hockey League play Monday night at the Sleeman Centre.

The Storm recovered from a two-goal deficit to claim the win. The teams were tied 1-1 at the end of the first period and Erie was up 3-2 at the end of the second.

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Guy finished the game with two goals while Sasha Pastujov and Cam Allen added single goals. Michael Buchinger assisted on two of the goals while Allen, Matthew Papais, Ben McFarlane, Ryan McGuire, Luka Profaca and Cameron Supryka each had one.

Erie received goals from Brendan Hoffmann, Brett Bressette and Carey Terrance while Christian Kyrou had two assists and Daniel D’Amato and Colby Saganiuk each had one.

The Storm outshot Erie 37-21 overall and 30-8 after the first period. Both teams were scoreless on the power play, Erie on one and Guelph on three.

Jacob Oster had 18 saves to get the win in net for the Storm while Erie’s Nolan Lalonde had 33 saves.

Next game for the Storm is Werdnesday when they’re to host the London Knights. Game time at the Sleeman Centre is 7 p.m.


  • Guelph Sports Journal