By Tony Saxon, Guelph Today
Nate Schnarr got on track Wednesday night in Hamilton.
The Guelph Storm winger, who entered the game with five goals in 17 games this season, scored a hat trick in a 6-3 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs as Guelph scored four unanswered goals in the third period to earn the win against the Eastern Conference’s top team.
“It’s frustrating not being able to get going and you want to help the team get points, but it happens. We have other players clicking right now,” said the Waterloo native.
“It’s going to be a whole team effort the whole year. I don’t think we’re going to see one player light it up this year, it’s going to be consistent from everybody.”
Schnarr has missed 10 games this season with a variety of injuries, something he admits can have an effect on one’s effectiveness.
“It can. Maybe the hands come back a little bit rusty, but you come back and you keep it simple. You block stuff out of your mind and you go play the game you love,” Schnarr said.