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Game Preview: Guelph Storm vs. Sudbury Wolves

The Guelph Storm travel to Sudbury to face the Wolves tonight at 7:05pm.

The Storm snapped their 10 game losing streak last night after beating the North Bay Battalion 4-3 with a game winning goal coming from Keegan Stevenson with a little under 5 minutes to play. The Storm move up to 6th in the Western Conference and look to build on their winning streak against the Sudbury Wolves.

Sudbury is currently on a 2 game winning streak heading into tonights matchup after they beat the Barrie Colts 3-2 in OT on Thursday evening. The Wolves sit 2nd in the Eastern Conference with a 25-21-1-0 record for 51 points on the season.

HEAD TO HEAD

2019-20 Regular Season
GUE 0-1-0-0 SBY 1-0-0-0
2018-19 Regular Season
GUE 0-1-0-1 SBY 2-0-0-0
Last Five Years
GUE 2-5-0-2 SBY 7-1-1-0
Last Five Years At Guelph Storm
GUE 1-4-0-0 SBY 4-1-0-0
Last Five Years At Sudbury Wolves
GUE 1-1-0-2 SBY 3-0-1-0
Previous Meetings This Season
TOP SCORERS
Guelph Storm Sudbury Wolves
(33-38-71)
(31-41-72)
(18-45-63)
(20-38-58)
(20-22-42)
(21-28-49)
(17-14-31)
(21-24-45)
(14-12-26)
(19-24-43)
LAST 5 GAMES
Guelph Storm Sudbury Wolves
3 – 2 W @ Barrie (2020-01-30)
2 – 4 L @ London (2020-01-26)
1 – 4 L @ Flint (2020-01-25)
5 – 7 L v. Flint (2020-01-24)
5 – 4 W @ Sarnia (2020-01-18)
MATCH UP
Guelph Storm Sudbury Wolves
Season Record 23-18-1-4 25-21-1-0
Last 10 Games 1-9-0-0 6-4-0-0
Streak 1-0-0-0 2-0-0-0
Last Game 4-3 W @ North Bay (2020-01-30) Final 3-2 W @ Barrie (2020-01-30) Final
Home Record 13-8-1-1 14-8-1-0
Away Record 10-10-0-3 11-13-0-0
Goals For 158 186
Goals Against 150 175
Power Plays 34/174 (19.54%) 41/181 (22.65%)
Power Plays – Home 15/96 (15.63%) 20/98 (20.41%)
Power Plays – Away 19/78 (24.36%) 21/83 (25.3%)
Penalty Killing 32/163 (19.63%) 40/200 (20%)
Penalty Killing – Home 15/80 (81.25%) 20/100 (80%)
Penalty Killing – Away 17/83 (79.52%) 20/100 (80%)
Leading Rookie Bakanov (9-10-19) Stillman (12-11-23)
Most Penalty Minutes Pavel Gogolev Macauley Carson
Team PIM/GM 8.6/46 12.8/47

Players to Watch

Guelph Storm: The Guelph Storm have 3 players drafted by NHL clubs that include captain Cam Hillis (MTL – 3rd Round), defencemen Fedor Gordeev (MIN – 5th Round) and defencemen Martin Has (WSH – 5th Round).

Sudbury Wolves: The Wolves have 3 players as well drafted to an NHL club including Matej Pekar (BUF – 4th Round), Kalle Loponen (TOR – 7th Round) and Blake Murray (CAR – 6th Round).

Upcoming Games

The Storm return home on Wednesday February 5th to take on the Erie Otters before they head back on the road with games against the Soo Greyhounds on Friday and Saginaw Spirit on Saturday.

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