Guelph Storm fall to 67’s in Game 1

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OTTAWA – Any way you slice it, 12-0 is a good playoff record — especially if it’s your record, and you’re the Ottawa 67’s. If you’re the visiting Guelph Storm, heading into the OHL finals, it can be a bit daunting. But then again, both teams came in with 12 wins. This year’s finals is anybody’s game.

Well, make that 13-0. Despite being badly outshot 39-26, the Ottawa 67’s kept their train rolling into the OHL finals with a 7-2 win at home on Thursday night, taking game one of the best-of-seven series.

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