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By Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury
GUELPH — Guelph Storm defenceman Andrey Pedan went from being an early question mark to the late answer Friday night at the Sleeman Centre.
The big Russian didn’t know whether his injured wrist would allow him to play in Guelph’s season opener against the Saginaw Spirit. It wasn’t until after the pre-game warm-up that he knew for sure.
Sixty minutes and 44 seconds of hockey later, Pedan was in the right place at the right time to bang home the winning goal in overtime, giving the Storm a come-from-behind 4-3 win over the Spirit.
“Tanner (Richard) shot it and it came straight too me. I kind of only got a piece of it and it flipped over the goalie,” Pedan said of the game winner. “It doesn’t matter now. It’s in.”
The goal came on the power play, as Saginaw’s Terry Trafford was whistled for cross-checking with 27 seconds left in regulation. That led to a four-on-three situation in the overtime.