Hy-Grade Player of the Week

The Guelph Storm announced today that rookie forward Robby Fabbri is the Hy-Grade Steel Roofing Player of the Week for the week ending Sunday, November 4th.

Fabbri recorded four points in three games, including his first ever OHL goal and hattrick and one assist. Friday night in the Storm’s 4-1 win over Oshawa, the Mississauga native picked up an assist on Jason Dickinson’s power play goal. Saturday in Niagara, Fabbri played his best game to date scoring his first OHL goal in the first period of the Storm’s 9-4 loss and added two others including a short handed marker to record his first ever OHL hattrick.

With four points this weekend, Fabbri currently has 11 points, three goals and eight assists, in 18 games. The 16 year old leads all Storm rookies in scoring and is 10th in league overall rookie scoring. At this point in the season, he is the only rookie in the league to score a short handed goal.

Next up, the Storm face another three game week heading to Owen Sound on Wednesday night to face the Attack. They return to the Sleeman Centre on Friday to host the Sting at 7:30pm before travelling to Brampton on Sunday for a 2pm puck drop.

Tickets are still available for Friday night and can be purchased by visiting or calling the Guelph Storm Box Office at 519-837-9690. You can also purchase them online here. New this year, Ticketmaster is waving all online fees. You can purchase your tickets in the convenience of your own home without paying service chargers. You’ll pay the same low price in advance as you would waiting in line at the box office, plus with our new interactive seat map you can select your actual seat location.

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