Energy. Emotion. Execution. It was a perfect concoction for success as far as the Guelph Storm was concerned Monday night.
The Storm climbed back into the OHL championship series with a 7-2 win over the Ottawa 67’s at a rowdy and raucous sold-out Sleeman Centre.
For Ottawa it was their first loss of the playoffs. They still hold a 2-1 series lead, with Game 4 Wednesday in Guelph.
“I think it was was essential that we responded tonight,” Storm coach George Burnett said. “The response tonight showed you how much they care and that they want to be part of this final.”
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