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From the Stands: Storm players looking good

By Paul Osborne, Guelph Mercury

As the Guelph Storm strides into the second half of their season, two players will be looking to not only lead their team to the playoffs, but open the eyes of NHL scouts leading up to next June’s draft.

 Isaac Ratcliffe and Nate Schnarr will both be hoping a strong second half will help pave the way to their dream of playing in the NHL.  Ratcliffe has improved dramatically from his rookie season.  With a 6-foot-6 frame, the addition of muscle and strength this year has helped establish his power forward style of game.  The 17-year-old London native has 17 goals and 14 assists at the break to lead the team in scoring and is an impressive +16.

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