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Bruce Power – Game Preview: Guelph Storm vs. Windsor Spitfires

The Guelph Storm welcome the Windsor Spitfires to the Sleeman Centre on Friday evening for the 4th and final meeting of the season. Puck drop is at 7:30pm.

This is the 4th and final meeting of the season between Guelph and Windsor with the Spitfires holding a 3-0-0 record heading into Friday. Windsor beat the Storm 4-3 in OT in the first game of the season, won 2-1 in a shootout back in November and then beat the Storm 5-2 in early January. Heading into Friday’s game Windsor is fighting to stay in the playoff race, as they sit in 8th place in the Western Conference, but are only a couple points behind 6th and 7th spot. The Storm, winners of 5 straight games, are sitting in the 4th spot in the Western Conference, where they will most likely finish the season.

Fans can purchase tickets either in-person at the Sleeman Centre Box Office, by calling (519) 837-9690 or online at ticketmaster.com here.

Head to Head 

2018-19 Regular Season
WSR 3-0-0-0 GUE 0-1-1-1
2017-18 Regular Season
WSR 2-2-0-0 GUE 2-2-0-0
Last Five Years
WSR 12-6-1-0 GUE 7-10-1-1
Last Five Years At Windsor
WSR 6-4-0-0 GUE 4-4-1-1
Last Five Years At Guelph
WSR 6-2-1-0 GUE 3-6-0-0
Previous Meetings This Season
TOP SCORERS
Windsor Guelph
(25-23-48)
(27-60-87)
(23-23-46)
(30-47-77)
(21-24-45)
(46-25-71)
(6-37-43)
(33-36-69)
(19-20-39)
(17-27-44)
LAST 5 GAMES
Windsor Guelph
4 – 3 W @ Erie (2019-02-27)
7 – 3 W @ London (2019-02-26)
8 – 1 W @ Flint (2019-02-23)
4 – 1 W v. Erie (2019-02-22)
7 – 4 W @ Sarnia (2019-02-15)
5 – 4 W v. Flint (2019-02-18)
MATCH UP
Windsor Guelph
Season Record 24-30-4-3 34-16-6-4
Last 10 Games 3-3-2-2 7-3-0-0
Streak 0-2-1-0 5-0-0-0
Last Game 5-1 L vs Peterborough (2019-02-28) Final 4-3 W @ Erie (2019-02-27) Final
Home Record 16-13-2-0 20-7-1-1
Away Record 8-17-2-3 14-9-5-3
Goals For 194 262
Goals Against 220 201
Power Plays 41/230 (17.8%) 60/235 (25.5%)
Power Plays – Home 21/113 (18.6%) 32/121 (26.4%)
Power Plays – Away 20/117 (17.1%) 28/114 (24.6%)
Penalty Killing 41/215 (80.9%) 48/221 (78.3%)
Penalty Killing – Home 14/105 (86.7%) 25/104 (76%)
Penalty Killing – Away 27/110 (75.5%) 23/117 (80.3%)
Leading Rookie Foudy (6-37-43) Collins (3-10-13)
Most Penalty Minutes Sean Allen Isaac Ratcliffe
Team PIM/GM 9/61 9.9/60

Players to Watch

Guelph Storm

Issac Ratcliffe has been on fire in the past 5 games scoring 10 goals and adding 2 assists during that time span. Isaac is currently tied for 2nd all time in goals scored for the Guelph Storm and is 11 goals away from beating the all time Storm record.

Windsor Spitfires

Jean-Luc Foudy has had a great rookie season for the Windsor Spitfires this season, as he has scored 6 goals and 37 assists for 43 points through 56 games played. Foudy was drafted by the Windsor Spitfires in the 1st round of the 2018 OHL priority draft, with Windsor selecting him 10th overall.

Upcoming Games

Guelph will head to Kitchener on Sunday to take on the Rangers to finish the busy week for the Storm. Guelph will return home Friday March 8th against the Saginaw Spirit and will then head to Owen Sound on Saturday March 9th to take on the Attack before returning home to wrap up their 3 in 3 weekend against the Kitchener Rangers at home on Sunday March 10th.

Fans can purchase tickets either in-person at the Sleeman Centre Box Office, by calling (519) 837-9690 or online at ticketmaster.com here.

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