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January 25, 2013



Great game indeed Tony,well stated. Best game I've seen in a while.Bonehead move by a certain Storm defenseman who shall remain nameless, trumped by Brace's meltdown.
Hate to criticize teenagers, but there's two that should take a lesson from this game.


I will name him. Sit out Pendan tonight or they might be a war.It could get very ugly.

Storm fan

Thought Padan and all the defense had probably had their best game of the year Lay off Padan he is one of the few players on the team that plays physical Its nice to have a defenseman that has a mean streak. The other teams tend to pick on him and the refs tend to let them


Great game last night! We still need to get the power play going. Come down to play offs special teams is going to either win or lose you games. I would like to see Auger in front of the net, good size and a great reach. Look at London and they usually have at least one or two guys standing in front of the goalies. Looking for another exciting game tonight and tomorrow. Great weekend of Storm hockey coming up!


Slew foot, what did I tell you do not dress him. This guy still dose not get it. third year in the league.Should have traded him for the further.


Only three penalties after Pendan wes kick out of game. Much beter play also.


After seeing the slew foot, I take back what I said. It was a dive. Delete my other post. Sorry. What is with all those OS. fans complaing on the forums.They take the most penalties in the league.


I agree, a terrific game but please Tony there's no need to charge extra. We already pay enough as it is.

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