All tied up: the Guelph Storm comes through on home ice

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Welcome to the Nick Suzuki show.

The dynamic Guelph Storm centre was the difference again Wednesday night at the Sleeman Centre as the Guelph Storm downed the Ottawa 67’s 5-4 in a game that wasn’t really that close at a sold-out Sleeman Centre.

The win evens the best-of-seven OHL championship series at two apiece.

Game 5 goes Friday night in Ottawa and a Game 6 is guaranteed Sunday afternoon in Guelph.

Suzuki had a goal and two assists, giving him 37 points in the playoffs, a new Storm single season record.

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