Guelph Storm gets its mojo back in big win over Prince Albert

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By Tony Saxon, Guelph

HALIFAX – They weren’t going to be outworked two games in a row.

The Guelph Storm rebounded from a sub-par effort two nights ago with a near-dominant performance against the Prince Albert Raiders Tuesday, wrapping up the round-robin portion of their Memorial Cup with a 2-1 record following a 5-2 victory over the Western Hockey League champions.

Prince Albert (0-3) is eliminated.

Guelph must now wait for the final round robin game Wednesday between Halifax (2-0) and Rouyn-Noranda (1-1) to find out if they play in the semifinal on Friday or go straight to the final on Sunday.

“We just wanted to come out with a strong head on our shoulders and play with a little more confidence than we did in our last game and we did that,” Storm captain Isaac Ratcliffe said.

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