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New look Guelph Storm ready for the stretch run

Tony Saxon / GuelphToday.com

It may take a little while for the Guelph Storm’s new guys to fit in, but there’s no doubt the team is a much better one than it was before the weekend.

With its three new players in the lineup the Storm fell 5-2 to the North Bay Battalion Sunday afternoon at the Sleeman Centre.

Saturday they made three separate trades that landed them three high-end OHL veterans: centre MacKenzie Entwistle from the Hamilton Bulldogs, defenceman Markus Phillips from the Owen Sound Attack and defenceman Fedor Gordeev from the Flint Firebirds.

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