All right boys and girls, the sky didn't fall, the sun will come up tomorrow and the Storm doesn't need to find another goalie.
The 6-3 loss to the Spirit was't pretty, but it was also just Guelph's fourth loss on home ice this season. You've been spoiled.
Sagianaw reminds me of Windsor. They can be much better than their place in the standings might indicate and they get sound goaltending most nights, which automatically makes them dangerous.
Guelph goaltenders Justin Nichols and Matt Mancina weren't the problem Sunday, but they weren't part of the solution either.
Line juggling started in the second period and continued in the third. When Guelph enjoyed a full two-minute five-on-three late in the third, Kerby Rychel never saw the ice.
No time to dwell. No time for punishing skates in practice. Storm plays the make-up game in Owen Sound Monday then has a couple of days before a three-game northern swing.
If they lose two more this week and there might be reason for concern. If they get back on track, it was just a blip.
Still four points up on London. Five up on Erie.