It was more a symbolic moment than a meaningful one.
But if two goals in the opening four minutes weren’t enough to confirm it was going to be a long afternoon for the Kitchener Rangers Sunday, an ill-advised squirt of a water bottle sure did.
Down 2-0 early, Rangers captain Rickard Hugg, he of eight penalty minutes in 148 career OHL games, was handed a 10-minute misconduct when he squirted Guelph Storm forward Nate Schnarr with water as Schnarr skated past the Kitchener bench.
Buy the time Hugg rejoined the fray it was 3-0 and before the first period was over it was 4-0, as Guelph eventually rolled to a 7-0 victory.
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