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Thursday night in Windsor, the Storm came out on the winning end of a one-sided 5-0 decision as they outplayed the Spitfires at both ends of the ice and picked up their second straight victory. On Sunday, Garret Sparks kicked out 44 of 45 London Knights' shots in a 4-1 road win. Tonight at the WFCU Centre, the third year netminder wasn't as busy, but he did one better in picking up his first shutout of the season in a 23 save effort.
Scoreless after 20 minutes, the Spitfires looked to have the momentum as they killed off three straight Guelph powerplays and opened the frame with a man advantage of their own. Two more minor penalties in the first six minutes of the second evened the powerplay count at three, but like the Storm, Windsor couldn't convert. The final 34 minutes of the game were a parade to the box for the Spitfires and the Storm made them pay with four markers with the extra man.
Scott Kosmachuk opened the scoring for Guelph - an even strength goal on paper, but only three seconds after Nick Ebert stepped out of the box. Late in the second with Windsor serving a bench minor, Brock McGinn scored his first of the season to make it 2-0 after two.
In the third, three more powerplay goals made it a 5-0 final. Zack Mitchell scored his first two of the season sandwiched around Ben Harpur's first.
Mitchell, Kosmachuk and Tanner Richard each had three point efforts in the win.
Tomorrow night, the Plymouth Whalers with a roster loaded with high NHL draft picks, visit the Sleeman Centre for a 7:30 start.
Guelph Storm 5 at Windsor Spitfires 0 - Status: End of Game
Thursday, October 4, 2012 - WFCU Centre
Guelph 0 2 3 - 5
Windsor 0 0 0 - 0
1st Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Devlin Wsr (roughing), 9:31; Sieloff Wsr (cross checking), 12:11; Maletta Wsr (elbowing), 14:49; Finn Gue (holding), 19:09.
2nd Period-1, Guelph, Kosmachuk 3 (Richard), 8:59. 2, Guelph, McGinn 1 (Leslie, Dickinson), 19:22 (PP). Penalties-Pedan Gue (kneeing), 1:18; Mitchell Gue (tripping), 5:05; Ebert Wsr (holding opp. stick), 6:56; Vail Wsr (10-min. misc.), 8:59; Auger Gue (10-min. misc.), 9:18; Bilcke Wsr (10-min. misc.), 9:18; Clark Wsr (boarding), 9:18; Ho-Sang Wsr (too many men), 19:16.
3rd Period-3, Guelph, Mitchell 1 (Poliziani, Richard), 4:29 (PP). 4, Guelph, Harpur 1 (Mitchell, Kosmachuk), 18:25 (PP). 5, Guelph, Mitchell 2 (Kosmachuk, Richard), 19:25 (PP). Penalties-Milne Gue (too many men), 1:20; Schoenmakers Wsr (high sticking), 2:33; Posa Wsr (holding), 9:08; Pedan Gue (slashing), 12:19; Verbeek Wsr (slashing), 17:35; Bilcke Wsr (bench minor), 18:35; Clark Wsr (roughing, 10-min. misc.), 18:35; Ebert Wsr (charging), 18:44.
Shots on Goal-Guelph 15-14-15-44. Windsor 7-5-11-23.
Power Play Opportunities-Guelph 4 / 12; Windsor 0 / 5.
Goalies-Guelph, DaSilva 0-0-0-0 (23 shots-23 saves). Windsor, Pavelka 3-1-0-0 (44 shots-39 saves).
Referees-Joe Celestin (4), Scott Hoberg (13).
Linesmen-Ryan Lachine (81), Chris Thornton (89).