Guelph Storm letdown in Game 1

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SAGINAW – Was it in or wasn’t it?

The OHL video review crew in Toronto said it wasn’t and that’s all that matters.

A key video review of a play midway through the second period of Game 1 of the Western Conference final might have played a key role in the Guelph Storm’s 7-2 loss to the Saginaw Spirit Thursday.

With Guelph trailing 3-2, Storm forward Alexey Toropchenko cut in from a sharp angle and got a shot away that was partially stopped by Saginaw goaltender Ivan Prosvetov. The puck came down on the Saginaw goal line and Toropchenko thought he had scored.

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