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Storm need 'one more win' following Game 4 victory
Neate Sager, Yahoo! Sports - The sleeping giant rousted, with the Guelph Storm getting goals from nine players in a 10-1 Game 4 win that opened a 3-1 OHL final lead over the North Bay Battalion.
Posted: May 08, 2014
Storm pull out last-minute win in Game 3
Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury - Just like Guelph Storm coach Scott Walker planned it.
Posted: May 07, 2014
Storm topples Otters 5-0 to win OHL Western Conference title
By Tony Saxon -Guelph Storm coach Scott Walker knew the exact point on Friday night at the Sleeman Centre when he relished the thought his team was best in the west.
Posted: Apr 26, 2014
Guelph Storm win OHL Western Conference title; league’s best run since 2010 Spitfires
By Neate Sager | Buzzing The Net - Let the legacy talk begin, even with the OHL final still yet to come for the Guelph Storm. Besides, the North Bay Battalion is looking for anything it can weave into the David vs. Goliath motif.
Posted: Apr 26, 2014
Erie forces Game 5
By Neate Sagar - The psychology of 3-0 series deficits is the topic du jour. Erie began the long climb back thanks in large part to Toronto Maple Leafs signing Connor Brown's line coming alive.
Posted: Apr 23, 2014
Otters get one back
By Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury - No one said it was going to be a cake walk.
Posted: Apr 23, 2014
Guelph absolutely Fabbri-ulous, opening 3-0 lead
By Neate Sager | Buzzing The Net- Scott Kosmachuk did his best Buzz Killington by scoring 18 seconds after the opening faceoff in Erie. Robby Fabbri scored a hat trick in a Game 3 rout, and the Guelph Storm are poised to sweep the Otters in an...
Posted: Apr 22, 2014
Storm blows away Otters
By Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury - It wasn't so much that the Guelph Storm won Monday night's Game 3 that was surprising, it was the ease with which they did it.
Posted: Apr 22, 2014
Storm blasts Erie to go up 2-0 in series
By Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury - The Guelph Storm somehow came out of the first period up 3-0 Friday night despite being badly outplayed by the Erie Otters and they weren't about to let that good fortune go to waste.
Posted: Apr 19, 2014
Storm win again
Justin Nichols was stellar - especially early - in Guelph's 7-2 win over the Erie Otters in Game Two of their Western Conference final series.
Posted: Apr 18, 2014
Storm draw first blood in conference championship series
By Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury - Game 1 of the Western Conference final between the Guelph Storm and Erie Otters certainly lived up to its advanced billing Thursday night.
Posted: Apr 18, 2014
Storm regain series lead with 4-2 win over Knights
Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury - Tuesday night in London, the Guelph Storm showed once again that they have an uncanny ability to rebound from a bad game...
Posted: Apr 09, 2014
Storm downs Plymouth 3-0 to take control of series
Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury - The Guelph Storm is in control.  Justin Nichols made 30 saves to backstop the Storm to a 3-0 victory over the Plymouth Whalers Saturday night at the Sleeman Centre in front of 3,572...
Posted: Mar 23, 2014
Post-season kicks off with rough-and-tumble 5-2 win over Whalers
By Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury - Emotions running high, tempers boiling over, great action on the ice, fans going nuts and a dash of controversy: sometimes you forget just how glorious playoff hockey can be.
Posted: Mar 22, 2014
Storm hang on to beat Battalion 5-4
Tony Saxon, Guelph Mercury - Neither Mother Nature or the North Bay Battalion could stop the Guelph Storm from winning Thursday night.
Posted: Feb 28, 2014
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