Guelph Storm draws first blood against Kitchener

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It started out as a laugher but ended up a thriller.

The Guelph Storm completely dominated the opening 30 minutes at the Sleeman Centre Friday night but then had to fight off a third-period surge by the Kitchener Rangers before emerging with a 4-2 win in Game 1 of their playoff opener against the Kitchener Rangers.e

Game 2 of the best-of-seven series goes Sunday afternoon at the Sleeman Centre.

Guelph benefited with the return of Jack Hanley, Cedric Ralph, Keegan Stevenson and Sean Durzi all returned to the lineup after missing the end of the regular season with injury and illness.

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