London doubles Guelph for Storm’s 10th consecutive loss
LONDON – The London Knights connected for goals in the opening minute of the first and second periods to double the Guelph Storm 4-2 in Ontario Hockey League play Sunday at London’s Budweiser Gardens.
Liam Foudy’s goal 21 seconds into the first period for the hosts was the lone goal of the first period.
Markus Phillips scored 41 seconds into the second to extend London’s lead on the way to a 3-1 lead after the second. The teams scored once apiece in the third.
Cam Hillis and Keegan Stevenson had a goal apiece for the Storm while assists were awarded to Andrei Bakanov, Cedric Ralph and Eric Uba.
Foudy, Phillips, Jonathan Gruden and Alec Regula had the goals for London while two of them were set up by Connor McMichael. Ryan Merkley, Foudy, Nathan Dunkley and Antonio Stranges each had one assist.
Thanks to a 16-5 advantage in shots in the first period, London outshot the Storm 34-29 in the game. Both teams went 0-for-4 on their power plays.
Nico Daws had 30 saves in the Storm net while Brett Brochu had 27 saves for London.
The loss was the 10th consecutive setback for the Storm.
The Storm are to play the North Bay Battalion at North Bay’s Memorial Gardens Thursday.
Knights 4 Storm 2
- Guelph Sports Journal