KITCHENER — You don’t go on a streak like this with passengers on board.
The Guelph Storm downed the Kitchener Rangers 5-1 on the road Tuesday, the team’s ninth consecutive win, just three shy of tying the 16-year-old club record of 12 straight.
The win also put them in second place in the Western Conference, just percentage points back of the first-place Windsor Spitfires.
I know. Windsor in first, Guelph in second and Kitchener dead last. Who’d a thunk it.
And while the big scorers were doing their thing (three points for Pavel Gogolev, a goal for Cam Hillis) and Nico Daws was being Nico Daws (29 saves) it was some of the team’s younger players that were catching plenty of post-game praise.
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