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Storm Forecast Nov. 10-12



Team Update

Injuries
#24- Givani Smith – lower body (day to day)

Other
#10 Tag Bertuzzi – Away at U-17 World Hockey Challenge

McFadden named Storm’s Player of the Week

The Guelph Storm announced today that captain Garrett McFadden is the Player of the Week for the week ending November 5th, 2017.

Recording three points in two games, McFadden and his defence partner Ryan Merkley led the way offensively for the Storm this past weekend. The overager’s best game of the week came on Saturday in Flint where he forced overtime with a late third period goal and assisted on McEwan’s game winner in the extra frame. In Kitchener on Friday, McFadden scored the lone Storm goal in the 4-1 loss.

So far this year, McFadden is second on the team in scoring with 13 points and tied for first in goals scored with five. All five of his goals have come with the man advantage, the most of any Storm player.

After a weekend away from the Sleeman Centre, the Storm play host to North Bay and Sudbury this coming weekend. North Bay visits the Eye of the Storm on Friday night at 7:30pm and Sudbury is in town on Sunday for a 2pm start. Tickets are still available for both games and can be purchased online or by visiting or calling the Guelph Storm Box office at 519-837-9690.

Stormin’ the Community
This week Storm players Matt Hotchkiss, Zach Poirier, Garrett McFadden, Issac Ratcliffe and Nate Schnarr headed out to Alma Public school to share our Champions for Education Program.Champions for Education gives Storm players the opportunity to excel as strong role models in the community, while reinforcing the importance of education, literacy, community, respect, kindness, anti-bullying, living a healthy and active lifestyle, nutrition, and so much more for students.
Four players typically attend local schools for the program, with two presenting the FUN FIT element to the junior and senior grades, and two players participating in the Read to Succeed portion, sharing a fun, hockey-themed book and its lessons with primary grades.

Veterans Week game to feature commemorative jerseys

The Storm are proud to unveil plans for the team’s annual Veterans Week game on Friday, November 10 vs. the North Bay Battalion.

In addition to a special pre-game ceremony, the Storm will be wearing one-of-a-kind jerseys to commemorate Canadian veterans, with inspiration from the Battle of Vimy Ridge. Featured on the jersey is the Vimy Ridge monument. A memorial in France dedicated to the memory of Canadian Expeditionary Force members killed during the First World War. It also serves as the place of commemoration for Canadian soldiers of the First World War killed or presumed dead in France who have no known grave.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the battle that helped shaped Canadian history. These commemorative jerseys help to honour and remember the sacrifices made by the Canadian soldiers at Vimy Ridge. As well as all the Canadian men and women who have and continue to serve our country.

The jerseys worn during the game will be auctioned off at a later date.

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Student Day and Post game skate with the Storm
Sunday, November 12th vs. the Sudbury Wolves is our first student day of the season and a post game skate with the Storm.

Sunday’s game is not only a great opportunity to bring the entire family to the Sleeman Centre, but also to meet your favourite Storm players following the game!

The Storm host the Sudbury Wolves at 2pm. Once the game ends, more fun begins on the ice as fans with tickets to the game are welcome to get on the ice and skate around with their favourite Storm players.

Each member of the team will be signing autographs, taking pictures and interacting with Storm fans.

Fans are encouraged to bring their skates to the game, as only those with skates will be permitted onto the ice. Helmets are strongly encouraged.

Skates must be checked at the Fan Experience Zone at GATE 6 prior to entering the Sleeman Centre concourse for the game, and a baggage ticket will be issued. The skates may be picked up following the game.

Dressing rooms 1,2,3 and 4 will be open for those putting on their skates, with access points at GATE 1 and the stairwell on the concourse behind section 103, as well as the vomitories at section 103 and section 119.

Tickets for the game can be purchased online HERE, but very few tickets remain available.

Questions about tickets for Sunday or details on the post-game ‘Skate with the Storm’ can be directed at the Storm box office by callling 519-837-9690.

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UPCOMING HOME GAMES





Sun. Nov 12th – Student Day #1, Post game skate with the the Storm
Fri. Nov 24th – Pink the Rink in support of Canadian Cancer Society, sponsored by Skyjack
Sun, Nov. 26th – Guelph Children’s Foundation Game sponsored by Contract Express
Sat, Dec. 9th – 8th Annual Guelph Giants Benefit Game

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