The Peterborough Petes visit the Sleeman Centre on Friday night to face the Guelph Storm at 7:30pm.
The Guelph Storm are heading into their 3in3 weekend against the Petes in 1st place in the Western Conference with a 21-8-1-4 record thus far. While Peterborough is coming into their weekend of games in 3rd place in the Eastern Conference with a 25-9-2-1 record through the first half of the season.
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HEAD TO HEAD
|2019-20 Regular Season
|2018-19 Regular Season
|Last Five Years
|Last Five Years At Peterborough Petes
|Last Five Years At Guelph Storm
|Last 10 Games
||5-0 L vs Erie (2020-01-02) Final
||4-3 L @ Barrie (2019-12-31) Final SO
|Power Plays – Home
|Power Plays – Away
|Penalty Killing – Home
|Penalty Killing – Away
|Most Penalty Minutes
PLAYERS TO WATCH
Guelph Storm – Keegan Stevenson
Keegan has had a solid 1st half of the season for the Storm with 13 goals and 24 points through 34 games played. Keegan is on pace for career highs in goals, assists and points and is 3rd on the team in +/- with a plus 15 rating.
The Guelph Storm have 2 players drafted to NHL clubs including captain Cam Hillis (MTL – 3rd Round) and Fedor Gordeev (MIN – 5th Round).
Peterborough Petes – Declan Chisholm
Declan had a career season last year with 48 points through 67 games, this season, Chisholm has 44 points through 36 games and is currently ranked 2nd in the league for defensive scoring.
The Peterborough Petes have 7 players with NHL roots including Jacob Paquette (NSH – 7th Round), Zach Gallant (SJ – FA), Liam Kirk (ARI – 7th Round), Nick Robertson (TOR – 2nd Round), Semyon Der-Arguchintsev (TOR – 3rd Round), Declan Chisholm (WPG – 5th Round) and Hunter Jones (MIN – 2nd Round).
The Storm continue their 3in3 weekend with an out of town game against the Owen Sound Attack tomorrow night before returning home on Sunday to face the Rangers at 2:00pm at the Sleeman Centre.
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