Scoring depth was supposed to be the Guelph Storm’s strong point.
They made several trades to make sure they had three lines that could score and their top lines are littered with NHL draft picks.
But secondary scoring has been the bane of their existence in the Western Conference final.
A 4-1 loss on home ice Wednesday to the Saginaw Spirit put the Storm on the brink of elimination, down 3-1 in the series with Game 5 set for Friday in Saginaw.
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