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Storm drop another one-sided game to Soo

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. – The Guelph Storm surrendered five goals in the first period as they suffered a 7-2 loss to the Soo Greyhounds in Ontario Hockey League play at Sault Ste. Marie’s GFL Memorial Gardens Friday night.

It’s the second time this season the Storm was on the short end of a one-sided score in Sault Ste. Marie as they had been beaten 9-4 by the Greyhounds there Nov. 5.


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The teams scored one goal apiece in each of the final two periods.

The Storm was outshot 43-24 including a 21-7 margin in the first period and 33-14 after two periods of play.

Sasha Pastujov and Daniil Chayka scored for the Storm while assists were awarded to Danny Zhilkin, Luka Profaca and Matthew Papais.

Rory Kerins had two goals and two assists for the Greyhounds while single goals were netted by Marc Boudreau, Bryce McConnell-Barker, Robert Calisti, Tye Kartye and Justin Cloutier. Ryan O’Rourke and Cole MacKay also had two assists apiece while Kirill Kudryavtsev, Marco Mignosa, Landen Hookey and Tanner Dickinson each had one.

The Storm went 1-for-7 on their power play while Soo went 1-for-5.

Owen Bennett started in net for Guelph he took the loss. His stint ended after a first period in which he made 16 saves. Jacob Oster had 20 saves the rest of the way.

Winning netminder for the Greyhounds was Samuel Ivanov who had 22 saves in the game.

The Storm are to play the Saginaw Spirit at the Dow Event Center in Saginaw Saturday at 7:05 p.m. and host the Sarnia Sting at the Sleeman Centre Wednesday at 7 p.m.

 

Standings

WESTERN CONFERENCE

 

W

L

OL

SL

P

London

16

4

1

0

33

Guelph

13

7

1

1

28

Sault Ste. Marie

13

9

0

0

26

Windsor

9

8

2

2

22

Flint

10

7

0

1

21

Saginaw

10

8

1

0

21

Owen Sound

9

8

1

2

21

Kitchener

10

10

0

0

20

Sarnia

8

9

3

0

19

Erie

6

14

1

0

13

EASTERN CONFERENCE

North Bay

14

7

1

1

30

Kingston

13

5

3

0

29

Hamilton

12

6

2

2

28

Mississauga

12

6

1

1

26

Barrie

11

7

2

0

24

Ottawa

11

11

1

1

24

Oshawa

9

8

1

2

21

Peterborough

8

11

1

0

17

Sudbury

8

13

1

0

17

Niagara

6

13

0

1

13

 

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