Storm hits the Soo

Randy Russon
November 2, 2018

The top two teams in the Western Conference of the Ontario Hockey League will face off tonight when the Soo Greyhounds play host to the Guelph Storm at GFL Memorial Gardens.

The Soo has top dog status with 25 points from a record of 11-3-3.

Guelph, which holds two games in hand, has 20 points from a record of 9-4-2.

Keegan Stevenson of the Guelph Storm. Photo by Aaron Bell/OHL Images

Of note, Keegan Stevenson, a second-year Guelph forward who played minor and junior A hockey in Sault Ste. Marie, has 4 goals, 3 assists, 7 points thus far this season as a dependable performer for venerable coach George Burnett’s Storm troopers.

The two teams met last weekend in Guelph with the Storm eking out a 4-3 overtime decision over the Greyhounds.

Over their past 10 outings, rookie coach John Dean’s Greyhounds have a record of 8-0-2.

What you think about “Storm hits the Soo”

  1. Hoping for a Storm win. The Hounds are to be commended for being such a competitive team with much turnover from last year.

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