Even down 3-1 midway through the game you had a feeling the Storm wasn't out of this one. They had a missed penalty shot, missed breakaway and were outshooting the Hounds throughout.
So when Alex Gudbranson blew a tire deep in his own end, allowing Jason Dickinson to make it 3-2, you could feel the wind change.
The Sault, who looked big and imposing in the first period, looked big and slow after that. Matt Murray's inability to maintain his solid play of the first period didn't help.
Tanner Richard was at his best. His move to set up Brock McGinn's third period goal was pure pro.
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I've seen blurry replays of the Bertuzzi hit and am still not sure it warranted a major penalty. He should have been more careful, but was it a head checking major and suspension?
It didn't help that the guy he hit was 5'9" and 160 pounds.I think that made it look worse than perhaps it was.
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Never seen home fans turn on their own like some of those in the Soo. They were yelling at their own players when they were winning the game. It just got worse when Guelph took over.