Storm on the brink of elimination

Tony Saxon/Guelph Today

By Tony Saxon, Guelph Today

Before the series started, the thought of the Guelph Storm being swept by the London Knights seemed unthinkable. Now it’s a distinct possibility.

For the third straight game the Storm was badly outplayed by the Knights Monday at the Sleeman Centre, with London takingĀ a 3-0 stranglehold in the series with a 7-4 win in front of a crowd of 4,002 at the Sleeman Centre.

Elimination looms Wednesday when Game 4 goes in Guelph.

“It’s tough. Obviously it’s frustrating,” said Storm forward Nate Schnarr.

“I believe that we have a championship-calibre team in this room and we have to go out there and prove it. Everyone in that room has another level that we can take it to,” Schnarr said.

“I think we’ve just got to take a look in the mirror and ask ourselves if we’re good enough,” Schnarr said. “We want to be better. We have what it takes in this room to be better.”

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