1991-92 Guelph Storm


66 GP – 4 W- 51 L – 11 T – 19 Pts – 0.144 Win %

8th in Emms Division • Did not qualify for post-season

Front Row (L-R): Dan Tanevski, Jeff Bes, Dave Anderson, Mike Kelly (General Manager), Alek Stojanov, Bill LaForge (Head Coach), Kayle Short, Steve Pottie, Angelo Amore

Second Row (L-R): Paul Brydges (Assistant Coach), Alan Millar (Admin), Brent Watson, Wade Whitten, Kevin Reid, Chris McMurtry, Bill Kovacs, Todd Bertuzzi, Craig Lutes, Ken Ruddick, Sylvain Cloutier, Jim Parcell (Trainer), Ken Southwick (Assistant Coach)

Third Row (L-R): Kelvin Solari, Matt Turek, Duane Harmer, Grant Pritchett, Brent Pope, Jeff Pawluk, Brian Murphy, Shane Johnson, Mike Cote, Bill LaForge Jr., Steven McGrath (Trainer Assistant)

Also played for the Storm in 1991-92 but not in team photo:

Mike Hartwick, Gairin Smith, Toby Burkitt, Todd Gleason, Ken Blum, Sean Brown, Rob Leask, Ben Henrich, Dan DeGurse, George Dourian, Scott Jenkins

YEAR IN REVIEW… In 1990, a group of local businessmen gathered together to once again bring junior hockey back to the City of Guelph. With the purchase of the “Hamilton Dukes” franchise (originally the Toronto Marlboros) the group moved the team back to the Royal City and renamed it the “Guelph Storm”. In its first season, the team struggled and finished in last place in the league with a dismal record of 4-51-11. With the last place finish, the Storm was given the first selection in the OHL draft in 1992 and selected Jeff O’Neill.

Team Leaders:

Points: Jeff Bes – 102

Goals: Jeff Bes – 40

Assists: Jeff Bes – 62

Penalty Minutes: Todd Bertuzzi – 145


Wins: Steve Pottie, Dan Tanevski – 2

Goals Against Average (min 1,500 mins played): Dan Tanevski – 6.37

Save Percentage: N/A

Shutouts: N/A