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Storm done in by 65 second meltdown By Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury It was a 65 second meltdown that ruined a pretty decent effort by the Guelph Storm Friday night. Posted: 28 Feb 2015
Knights drop Storm with third period charge In what was a close match-up through 40 minutes, the Guelph Storm fell 6-2 to the London Knights on Friday night after their Midwest Division rival scored three times in 65 seconds. Posted: 27 Feb 2015
A Different Mindset: Zac Leslie In a special video feature, Zac Leslie discusses the role mental health awareness and education has played in being a leader both on and off the ice. Posted: 27 Feb 2015
A Different Mindset: Zac Leslie Zac Leslie discusses the role mental health awareness and education has played in being a leader both on and off the ice. Posted: 27 Feb 2015
Game Preview: Knights host Storm in final match-up The Guelph Storm visit the London Knights for the sixth and final regular season meeting between these divisional rivals on Friday for a 7:30 p.m. puck drop. Posted: 26 Feb 2015
2015 Served by the Storm raises $7,410 for Adopt-A-School The annual Served by the Storm benefit dinner raised a total of $7,410 for the Adopt-A-School program, supporting local elementary schools throughout Wellington County. Posted: 26 Feb 2015
McDavid puts on a show in win over Storm By Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury Connor McDavid has – by his lofty standards – been held in check pretty well by the Guelph Storm over the years. Posted: 26 Feb 2015
Depleted Storm can’t contain Otters With key elements of the back end out of the line up, the Guelph Storm struggled to contain the Erie Otters in an 8-4 loss on Wednesday night. Posted: 25 Feb 2015
Guelph Tribune OHL Hockey Pool Update Leading the way in the Guelph Tribune OHL Hockey pool for the month of February is Jason Stanlick! Mitchell Marner (pictured) of the London Knights leads the OHL Hockey Pool in scoring with 100 points to date! Stanlick’s team of Michael Dal C... Posted: 25 Feb 2015
OHL’s ‘Project Shutout Hunger’ Raises 252,679 Pounds of Food The Ontario Hockey League today announced that member teams helped raise 252,679 pounds of food for food banks in communities across the OHL as part of the inaugural season of ‘Project Shutout Hunger’. Posted: 25 Feb 2015