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67’s caught out by Storm

By Don Campbell, The Ottawa Citizen – The playoff-hungry Guelph Storm pulled off Sunday what no team in 2010 — in fact no team since Dec. 6 of last year — has been able to do previously. That’s post a win over the Ottawa 67’s in regulation time at the Urbandale Centre.

But with former Orléans and Kanata minor hockey player Adam Comrie leading the way, the Storm ended a run of 12 straight games by the 67’s at home without a loss in regulation time.

Comrie scored two first period power-play goals to topple the 67’s 4-3 in front of a crowd of 5,887 that included more than 30 of Comrie’s friends, family and former neighbours.

Comrie, who was transplanted to Ashburn, Virginia with his family at age 9, now has 11 goals and 31 points on the season, which puts him into the Top 20 among Ontario Hockey League defencemen in scoring.

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