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February 08, 2013



Wouldn't it be nice if Iafrate's comment ended up being a prediction of this year's Memorial Cup Champion! A good effort tonight by all. A couple of lapses where we picked up multiple penalties but the boys pulled it off. Too bad we only pick up 1 point in our task of getting home ice advantage. But we still have a game in hand over the Rangers so... GO STORM GO!


What cry babies the rangers fans are on the ranger rush. Great game Go Storm Go.

Call it as it is

Giving credit where credit is due the guys played hard tonight ans Sparks got back on track. Tough that we couldn't snag this one in regulation but still a well played game. Go Storm Go

Section 102

In contrast....
Josh Leivo was asked to comment on the Hwy # 7 rivalry:
"Guelph wanted it more tonight. We did not deserve to win."
Another comment suggested that Guelph's coaches didn't like being heckled. Mike Farwell suggested that they can say what they want, but even if explict language was used, don't expect to get a pleasant response!
To quote Max Iafrate:
"The way they celebrated was a joke. You would think they had won the Memorial Cup."
The Rangers & their fans need to get use to the occasional home ice loss. GO STORM GO!!!


So what was the call on the penalty shot? Didn't slash, trip, hook, mystery to me.

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  • Tony Saxon is the Guelph Mercury's beat writer covering the Guelph Storm. Tony has been a print journalist for almost 20 years and last year his hockey writing landed him a nomination for a 2006 Ontario Newspaper Association award for sportswriting. Tony can be reached at